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pick·ling

(pik'ling),
In dentistry, the process of cleansing metallic surfaces of the products of oxidation and other impurities by immersion in acid.

pick·ling

(pik'ling)
In dentistry, process of cleansing metallic surfaces of products of oxidation and impurities by immersion in acid.

pickling

a form of curing in which the meat is immersed in a solution of the curing agents instead of being rubbed with and packed in the dry agent (bacon curing). The method is faster but does not provide the mouthwatering, smoky dryness of a York or Virginian ham.
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Carefully pour water into the vase only, avoiding getting the inside of the pickle jar wet.
In Guangdong, one of the areas is Teochew, and they pickle a lot of things because they are fisherman families, so when they go out they need to get their food and stock it up .
Pickle Rick can also be seen standing on a the laptop, facing the screen and holding a camera on his shoulder.
The team also arrested seven persons, for preparing substandard pickle.
At one time Essex Street--the heart of New York's Jewish enclave--featured as many as 80 pickle merchants.
The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global pickles market for the period 2016-2020.
Summary: Making your own jams, pickles and chutney will give you a glow of satisfaction, as well as a bounty to fill your shelves with.
Pickled foods tend to be high in sodium, but the salt in a fermented pickle recipe is for more than just flavor--it's also vital to safety and texture, according to the HFP.
If you plan to keep the pickle for more than a week, skip the rosemary here--it will get too strong over time.
There are many different flavors of pickles served in a Turkish kitchen.
Changes in the pickle industry also contributed to the need for better scientific understanding.
3Meanwhile, in another bowl, mix together the cheese, pickle and onions.