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duck in "solution"


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duck in "solution"

j8715 | Jun 21, 2010 07:47 PM

So, saw a duck for sale at the super market for .99/lb. Awesome deal right? Got it home and noticed that a serving has 20% daily sodium requirement and it "contains solution". I am guessing this just means its brined. But 20%? Does that sound too salty? Should I give it a soak in unsalted water before cooking to get some salt out of it? Seriously why do they have to mess with things? Just gut it and pull the damn feathers off it, I can handle the rest.

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