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Does it make sense to brine "treated" pork tenderloin?

michaeljc70 | Jun 30, 201810:14 AM

I bought a bunch of pork tenderloin and it said "All Natural" on the label. When I looked closer when I got home, there is an asterisk and it says something like injected with a 12% solution of pork broth and salt. I usually brine pork for grilling, but I am inclined to not with this. I'm afraid it might get too salty and is essentially already brined. Thoughts?

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