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pickled

Said of a metal surface which has been treated with a strong oxidizing agent, such as nitric acid, to clean, to provide a strong inert oxide film, and to increase corrosion resistance.
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Meng notes a difference between pa'ap or palak brai foods, which are preserved through salting or fermentation, as opposed to chhrua, or pickled food.
What Breidt found was that at 50 [degrees]F, pickled vegetables in jars need to be held for at least 6 days in vinegar at a pH of 3.
City Press Birm Pickled Onion Monster Munch on bread and butter.
For the past two years, Barry has been working with Bennett Opie to capture the perfect hot and spicy crunch that have made his pickled onions a "box office" hit with friends and family.
Here is an overview of the various kinds of pickles and pickled peppers available:
At the most farmer's markets, pickled products are as plentiful and diverse as anywhere in rural Pennsylvania, a region known for its Dutch settlers' lasting legacy.
The rebrand went so well that the firm pickled sufficient silverskin onions to equal the weight of a jumbo jet.
The project will identify and optimise an electrolytic process, based on applying direct current to the material to be pickled, immersed in a specially conceived electrolytic solution that contains no acids.
NEW research from pickling experts has confirmed that we are a nation of pickled onion lovers with Birmingham making the top five in the poll.
Does anyone happen to have another easy recipe for pickled cauliflower?