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Residual Salt Content of Meat From Kosher Treatment?


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Posted by Don, Dueling Bubbas on March 25, 2013 at 17:34:48:

In Reply to: Sharing the love... nothing better posted by Woodburner on March 25, 2013 at 16:47:10:

Woodburner,

That's a good thing you did for your friend.

Tonight at sundown is the beginning of Passover. Best wishes to all who celebrate.

Have a question for you.

Just guessing since the brisket was for a seder it was kosher.

I've not cooked a kosher brisket but have done a few kosher birds (turkeys and chickens).

For the turks and chicks I cut back the salt in my seasonings due to the salt used in the kosher process, which leaves a salt content in the meat similar to the salt content of a brine.

Do you know if a koser brisket has a residual salt content from the kosher treatment and if so did your friend allow for that in his seasonings?

Don
Dueling Bubbas


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