How does pickling works?

Answer Pickling vinegar acts as a preservative because it makes the environment too acidic to support microorganisms. So mould doesn't grow because it's too acidic.

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Why does pickling useful?

Maybe, but definitely if you can't come up with other ideas for breaking it although I think an easier way to break it is to just slam it on the ground a few times. =)No

Which spices are used for pickling?

bay leavesalum *coriander *cumin *cloves *fennel *dried hot peppers *mustard *peppercornsRoasted Fenugreek seeds powder also

What is in pickling spices?

According to, allspice, bay leaves, cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, coriander, ginger, mustard seeds and peppercorns are the most common ingredients used in a pickling spice. Most superma... Read More »

What is pickling salt?

Home food preservation has experienced a resurgence in popularity in the last few years. There are many different ingredients and methods for preserving your own food. Pickling salt is one such ing... Read More »