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Potassium nitrate - Wikipedia

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Potassium nitrate is a chemical compound with the chemical formula KNO3. It is an ionic salt of .... It is also used to soften food and reduce cooking time when boiling beans and tough meat. Saltpet...

substitutions - Is there any substitute for saltpeter / sodium nitrate in ...

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I realize there is another question about corned beef from scratch, but ... Saltpeter is potassium nitrate, which does not directly cure meats.

What is saltpeter (cooking curing salt) Cooking Wiki - Cookipedia

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Saltpeter is chemical compound used as food preservative.

Salt Peter? - ChefTalk.com

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Now I understand that the salt peter is to give the corned beef (and other ... You can buy a curing salt mix that will have the nitrates and nitrites, ...

Curing Meats at Home « The EssentiaList

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Jun 9, 2012 ... Recipes for cured meats inevitably call for 'curing salt' which contains nitrates, or saltpeter (potassium nitrate) to protect against botulism.

Corned Beef Recipe : Alton Brown : Food Network

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cannot believe this is on a cooking website. DO NOT use saltpeter, use TCM(aka pink salt or prague powder) instead a hell of a lot safer than saltpeter. no ...

Natural Alternatives to Saltpeter | LEAFtv

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Home > Eat Well > Cooking Skills > Natural Alternatives to Saltpeter ... People have used saltpeter, potassium nitrate, for more than 2,000 years. It was used as  ...

Saltpeter - Definition and Cooking Information - RecipeTips.com

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Saltpeter cooking information, facts and recipes. A chemical substance, also referred to as potassium nitrate, that is used in the kitchen to preserve meat.

Saltpeter in the Military : snopes.com

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Does the U.S. Army secretly feed new recruits saltpeter in order to suppress their sexual urges?

Saltpeter Substitutes | LEAFtv

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Saltpeter, or potassium nitrate, is used as a curing agent in preserving meats. It maintains meat's pink color and inhibits the growth of harmful bacteria, such as ...