salted meats

salted meats

meats cured for preservation by the addition of salt to the external surface. The salt draws out water by osmosis. Plain salting is not a very sophisticated procedure and most commercial curing has at least nitrate in the curing mixture. See also bacon curing.
References in classic literature ?
He at the same time carefully weighed his stores of provision, which consisted of tea, coffee, biscuit, salted meat, and pemmican, a preparation which comprises many nutritive elements in a small space.
The building has a house next door which has a large souterrain - which was the equivalent of a Iron Age refrigerator used for storing smoked or salted meats.
Scientists found that eating lots of saturated fat filled red meat, and highly processed and salted meats, is associated with a higher risk of death.
On Boxing Day Lucilla came down to us bearing all sorts of veg and salted meats in return.
Mostly, it would have been a very tedious combination of salted meats, dried beans and flour - with plenty of curry powder as well, to disguise the taste.
966593 Meat, meat extracts, charcuterie and salted meats; dried salted meats, sausages, slicing sausages; all included in Class 29.
The US list of products which could face sanctions includes beef, pork, chickens, ducks, geese, turkeys and guineas, tomatoes, sausages, hams and other smoked and salted meats.
The ship carried a cargo valued at [pounds sterling] 12,000, that included flour, salted fish, salted meat, building materials and alcohol.
Research has been carried out on the casks,(43) on the bone remains of the salted meat,(44) and on the bottles(45) and their contents.
The cargo of William Salthouse on its voyage to Melbourne appears to have included many of the important exports available in Montreal in the period around 1840, including building materials such as sawn timber (boards and deals) and nails, food (including salted meat, salted fish and flour) and alcohol.
With regard to the cask heads (or lids) from casks containing salted meat, the results published in Staniforth(49) were based on just eight complete and a small number of partial cask lids raised during the test excavation.