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Mrs. Wages Pickling Lime (16 oz)

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    • Mrs. Wages Pickling Lime (16 oz)

    Pickling Lime from Mrs. Wages for Crispier, Crunchier, Snappier Pickles

    This food-grade pickling lime (calcium hydroxide) from Mrs. Wages enhances the flavor of home-canned pickles and gives them an added "snap" and crunch. Works well with cucumbers and green tomatoes. Contains no additives or preservatives. Each bag includes a recipe for Mrs. Wages Cucumber-Lime Pickles.

    Mrs. Wages Pickling Lime Features:

    • Pickling lime enhances the flavor and texture of home-canned pickles
    • Gives cucumber and green tomato pickles a gratifying crunch
    • Contains no additives or preservatives
    • Includes Mrs. Wages Cucumber-Lime Pickles recipe
    • 16 ounces

    Additional Information

    Description Author Kevin O
    Name Mrs. Wages Pickling Lime (16 oz)
    GTIIN / UPC Code 072058646820
    Brands Mr. Wages
    Type Food Preservatives
    Manufacturer's Warranty N/A
    Weight (in Lbs) 1.35

    Customer Questions

      Questions on Pickling Lime

      • Q:  can pickle rings be left to long in lime?
      • A:  Lime or calcium hydroxide is available for use in fermented pickles – but should not be used in quick-process pickles. If you use lime it must be food grade (Mrs. Wages pickling lime) and excess lime must be removed from the cucumbers before brining. This is done by draining the lime water off the cucumbers then soaking them in fresh water for one hour. Repeat this process for 2 more times to make sure that all of the lime is removed. - See more at: http://mrswages.com/Page/In_Shirleys_Kitchen_Pickling_101_on_Selection_Ingredients_and_Processing_Tips.aspx#sthash.unVmrCOc.dpuf.
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