Poultry Brine
Poultry Brine
Poultry Brine
Poultry Brine

Poultry Brine

$19.95

FLAVOR HIGHLIGHTS

Like the lemon to your honey or the salt to your pepper, brine and bone broth are better together! Use this jar to dry or wet brine your turkey for a tender, juicy cut that’s ready for any soup, sauce, or saute your bone broth can create.

Each jar brines up to one 20 lb turkey, or a few smaller birds.

  • For a wet brine, use 1 cup of brine per gallon of water per 10 lb of meat.
  • For a dry brine, use ½ tsp of brine per lb of meat.

HOW TO USE FOR A WET BRINE:

  • 1 cup of brine will require 1 gallon of water (for about 10 lbs of meat)
  • 1 jar of brine will require about 2 gallons of water (for 20 lbs of meat)

For a 10 lb turkey: Bring 2 cups of water and 1 cup of brine (or 4 cups of water and 1 jar of brine) to a boil. Reduce the heat, stirring to dissolve. Add the turkey to a large brine bag, pot, or container, then add the brine mixture and the remaining water to the container with the turkey. Refrigerate for at least 8 but no more than 24 hours.

HOW TO USE FOR A DRY BRINE:

Dry your meat and sprinkle it with the dry brine (about ½ tsp of brine per lb of meat). You can cook your meat right away (our preference!), or let it sit in the fridge uncovered for a few hours.

INGREDIENTS

INGREDIENTS: Kosher salt, herbs de provence (thyme, savory, rosemary, basil, tarragon, lavender flowers), orange peel*, rainbow peppercorns*, juniper berries*, bay leaf. *Denotes Organic Ingredients.

A note on our sourcing: we only use certified organic, pasture-raised bones and organic herbs and veggies - no hormones, GMOs, added sugar, antibiotics or yucky preservatives. From brew to jar, we also utilize a 100% plastic-free process, and all of our broths are shelf-stable!

Recipes

The Ultimate Thanksgiving Turkey and Gravy

Bone Broth Gravy with Bouquet Garni

Our seasonal turkey bone broth Bouquet Garni is the perfect gravy to choose for your Thanksgiving meal.  In this recipe, we're using Xanthan Gum to thicken the gravy. It's a wonderful ingredient to use in place of a traditional roux (flour and butter) to thicken sauces and soups with. You're saving on carbs, calories and creating a gluten-free sauce that the entire family can enjoy. 

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