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Re: KillieTalk Digest V5 #64
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- Subject: Re: KillieTalk Digest V5 #64
- From: Susan Aufieri <susanaufieri at earthlink_net>
- Date: Thu, 06 Feb 2003 06:59:51 -0500
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If you can get Canning & Pickling Salt that's pure salt with no additives.
They make a big deal out of it on the box that I have. There are still
several Kosher salts out there that don't add anything to the mix, Morton
and Diamond brands come to mind.
Best to *always* read the label, even if it's a brand you bought before. One
never knows when they might change the product, slap on a "NEW! IMPROVED!"
sticker and charge 2x the original price. ;-)
Wayne Morrow wonders:
> I've been hatching my shrimp in Kosher salt. Is that dangerous for the fry?
> Read the label, Wayne. It might be, since the kosher rules were
> reinterpreted to allow silica gel as a legal additive. It used to be pure
> NaCl, but not always, now.
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