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    Quote Originally Posted by stevenStefano View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Cutty Sharp View Post
    Using a deba? Some purists will be cross with you!
    Even debas are better with bacon
    Looks at the bright side. A deba will have a very nice bluish patina from this big fatty fish

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevenStefano View Post
    Even debas are better with bacon
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    I love using my Mioroshi for getting swine in line. Are you going the dry or wet route with this Jim? Beautiful belly either way... Have fun

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    Nice, I look forward to the WIP on this one.

    Stefan

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    I'm getting hungry

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    Quote Originally Posted by brainsausage View Post
    I love using my Mioroshi for getting swine in line. Are you going the dry or wet route with this Jim? Beautiful belly either way... Have fun
    I gave it the dry rub treatment, pretty standard stuff.The only thing I am trying out different is, I placed a tray and added weight on the tray after I rubbed it down. The next day the meat had reduced in size by 1/3 and the changes had started already. We will see.

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    I used to vac seal my dry rubs, and and rotate stacking em on top of eachother. I've switched to brines lately, better yield and shorter cure. Although, I am doing it in a restaurant setting. Finding enough space to brine a full belly at home(I usually do 5-6 at a time) can be a little tricky... I can't wait to see your end results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevenStefano View Post
    Even debas are better with bacon


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    Mr Porcine is firming up nicely, I may be able to get him on the smoker Monday. Thinking apple wood would be nice.

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    Apple wood is a very good idea for this application!
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