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In Reply to: Re: I thought I would show you my turkey posted by Bbqwizard on November 30, 2013 at 23:53:45:
Maybe because the brine (with its much lower freezing point) was able to circulate the inside and outside the turkeys they did not freeze. Without the brine, at 27 degrees for that length of time, there would have been frizzing to some extent for sure. I also think that because the turkeys were stacked one on top of the other the brine penetrated the birds quicker because of the pressure especially on the lower one. Maybe I'm thinking too much.
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