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moist than one would have obtained had brining not been performed. Here we find a perfectly thorough blog entry on the brining of turkey where, it must be said, we find that the author does not present … a brine-to-freeze option. The author does however confirm that "11% sodium" on the label represents a turkey brined by the manufacturer, (which we'll hope to find refrigerated by our grocer, not …
answered Nov 17 '14 by Tom Raywood
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This looks like an excellent answer to almost exactly the same question, found here. Tuxman Nov. 26, 2013 11:01 am I am trying to get a clear answer on cooking 2-15 lbs birds in different pans/ …
answered Nov 21 '14 by Tom Raywood
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, establish the standard dimensions of such an oven as 18 X 16 X 14.5 inches (46 x 41 x 37 cm). In their downloadable Thanksgiving pdf, for a turkey as large as 20 lbs (9 kg) Williams-Sonoma recommends a …
answered Nov 22 '14 by Tom Raywood