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 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
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Which spices are used for pickling?

bay leavesalum *coriander *cumin *cloves *fennel *dried hot peppers *mustard *peppercornsRoasted Fenugreek seeds powder also
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What is in pickling spices?

According to allspices.com, 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 »
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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 »
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