1.) Slightly warm the 3 cups of water and mix in salt and sugar until dissolved. Add raw chicken wings and refrigerate in brine for 2 hours. Strain and add to a pot with melted duck fat. Confit in fat with 1/8-cup salt on stovetop for 45 minutes at 250 degrees. Drain off fat and set aside.
2.) In a saucepot, add canola oil and cook wing tips until browned. Add chicken stock, 1 cup cider vinegar, 1/3 cup honey, garlic, and vadouvan. Reduce by half until syrupy and season with salt and pepper. Strain glaze and add sesame seeds. Set aside.
3.) Warm 1 cup of vinegar with 1/3 cup honey, pickling spices, and season with salt. Strain slightly warm liquid over kohlrabi, radishes, cucumber, and red onion. Let chill in refrigerator for at least one hour. Strain and add fresh herbs, black sesame seed, and dress lightly with olive oil, lemon and salt.
4.) Crisp chicken wings in 400-degree oven until brown and crisp and toss with glaze. Serve with yogurt sauce and salad alongside.
5.) Whisk all Tahini Sauce ingredients together to make the yogurt sauce.