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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.
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Make the pickling vinegar (see left) with 150g white sugar, add 1 thumb-sized piece ginger, peeled and thinly sliced and 1 sliced red chilli.
No matter which pickling method you choose, it's important to use a tested recipe and stick to the specified proportions of vinegar, salt, water, and food.
Breidt started unraveling the science of how the pickling process provides food safety.
A new product, the electrolyte, consisting of a fluid not containing HF acid or other highly toxic substances, which can be used with the application of electricity for pickling steel;
The brief was simple: a pickling plant was required that would pickle a number of different sizes of cylinders each cyde; the plant must exclude any possible contact by the operators with the Chemicals being employed and finally, the plant should extract and treat any undesirable fumes resulting from the pickling process.
In addition, pickling ingredients like garlic and dill have a probiotic effect, helping to control the growth of unhealthy bacteria in the body.
Pickling with salt brine does not require food to be sterile; actually, sterility kills the beneficial bacteria.
pickling spices and thyme Season with salt and pepper.
Crisping agents include pickling lime (or slaked lime), which can be found locally at Sundance Natural Foods.
Pickling has been practiced in some form or another for thousands of years.
Olive Pickle Company, Inc., located at the Corner of Cucumber & Vine in Mount Olive, North Carolina, was originally founded to brine cucumbers to be sold to other pickling firms.
Humans have been pickling for centuries, with the practice probably originating in Asia and moving across Europe and into the Americas.