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cooking.stackexchange.com/.../19058/what-happens-if-i-brine-my-turkey-for-2-days

What happens if you brine something for a long time depends on the concentration of your brine, much like temperature affects what happens when you cook something for long. Thus, you can apply equilibrium brining and brine your meat for a longer time in a less concentrated solution. I haven't tried it, but according to linked source you'll get ...

www.seriouseats.com/talk/2007/11/how-long-to-brine-aturkey-for.html

How long to brine a turkey for. mrsbao. ... a lot of sites I've been reading up on say a minimum of 24 hours for a brine. Can anybody give me a clear answer based on their own brining expertise; especially if you've tried Alton's recipe? I would appreciate any feedback. Thanks!

www.spicesinc.com/p-1370-turkey-brining-guide.aspx

Place the bird and the brine in the cooler (if you are not using a brining bag). Add ice filled Ziploc bags or reusable frozen gel packs into the brine solution. You can also place the turkey and brine into a turkey oven roasting bag inside the cooler, and then pack ice around the bag. How Much Brine to Make

www.thespruceeats.com/how-to-brine-a-turkey-336400

If the outside temperature is low enough, you can just put the whole thing someplace safe outside until you are ready to cook your turkey. A turkey should brine for at least 1 hour per pound but no more than a total of 24 hours (for safety sake). If you are brining a 20-pound turkey it should brine for at least 20 hours, so plan accordingly.

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How to Brine Turkey - Brining is the chef's secret to perfect juicy poultry. Find the easy-to-follow techniques and recipe for a flavorful turkey dinner. ... Chicken: Stainless-steel bowl or resealable plastic bag can work as a brining container, as long as the poultry is fully submerged. Weight with a plate, if necessary, to keep the meat ...

www.thekitchn.com/how-to-brine-a-turkey-225751

A brine is a very basic solution of water and salt, and by giving our turkey a long and luxurious dunk in this solution, we can actually coax a bit more moisture and flavor into our meal. During brining, the turkey absorbs extra moisture, which in turn helps it stay more moist and juicy both during and after cooking.

www.epicurious.com/archive/howtocook/primers/brining

M ost savvy cooks know that brining the Thanksgiving turkey can enhance its taste and texture. Every fall we're bombarded with questions on the topic as well as recipes for improved brining ...

foodchannel.com/2011/how-long-can-you-keep-turkey-brine

From our Ask the Chef series:. Q: How long can you keep a turkey in the brine? –Richard. A: Typically a thawed turkey is soaked in brine solution for about 10 to 12 hours.Plan on 1 hour per pound. For a great recipe for brine with full instructions, see How to Brine a Turkey.

www.seriouseats.com/2012/11/the-food-lab-the-truth-about-brining-turkey...

If it were true, then soaking a turkey in pure, unsalted water should be more effective than soaking it in a brine, and we've already seen that that is not the case. Moreover, if you soak a turkey in a ridiculously concentrated brine (I tested turkey in a 35% salt solution), according to the osmosis theory, it should dry out even more.

www.epicurious.com/expert-advice/how-to-brine-a-turkey-for-thanksgiving-step...

This gives you a relatively mild brine designed for a whole turkey. When brining smaller foods, you can get away with using a stronger brine for less time, but in order for the brine to gently ...