I buy a farm-raised free-range turkey that I usually brine before roasting.
Dumping the brine from Point A into Point B is likely to cause lasting ecological damage.
The brine is run through long, shallow tanks and the heat is applied through steam pipes inside of the pan.
Now I mustn't forget That pork in the brine, and the stair-rods to-morrow.
And over all, through open skylight and companionway, poured floods of brine to keep down the dust.
Dip me in brine, if you was my son I'd dress you down with a two-foot bar.
Moreouer, he caused the brine pits in Wales to be stopped vp and destroied.
I yelled with delight, and plunged into the brine that lashed the deck from stem to stern.
Forty animals were employed at this well, and each relay raised the brine about ten times every twenty-four hours.
Wherever the brine dropped the snow melted, and the fire was put out.
Old English bryne "brine," origin unknown; no known cognates beyond Dutch brijn, Flemish brijne.