State University Extension
Food Safely - 01600858
USED IN PICKLING
Use of canning or pickling salt is recommended.
and nonfermented pickles may be safely made using
iodized or noniodized table salt. However, noncaking
added to table salts may make the brine cloudy.
salt varies in density and is not recommended for use.
Reduced-sodium salts, for example "Lite Salt," may be
in quick pickle recipes. The pickles may, however,
a slightly different taste than expected. CAUTION:
OF REDUCED-SODIUM SALT IN FERMENTED PICKLE AND
RECIPES IS NOT RECOMMENDED.
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