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  1. The real secret is not in the seasoning, and there are no "11 secret herbs and spices." The real secret to Colonel Harland Sanders' fried chicken are his patented pressure fryers. The only ingredients that were found in his seasoning were flour, salt, pepper, eggs, skim milk, and monosodium glutamate (Accent). Incidentally, pressure fryers are very expensive. The cheapest one I found was $3,000 dollars. Don't fry anything in your pressure cooker, and don't try to make a pressure fryer on your own.

  2. Every time i see a recipe that's supposed to be just the same as KFC, it isn't
    Even KFC now, it's not same as it was just a few years ago.
     So disappointed in KFC, won't even but it anymore.

  3. Hey Trin do you always use club soda when frying? This is the second time I've seen you use in it. The first time was in your video with your sister when y'all was trying onion rings and making lemon pepper wings. Does club soda make your chicken crispier then using buttermilk? Yes I do know you made your own batter I'm just wondering is there really a difference in what I could use?

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