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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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In Texas, a state where political leaders often extol the virtues of entrepreneurship and light-handed regulation, purveyors of pickled cucumbers can take an online course, meet a few other requirements and then set up shop at a farmers' market.
And true enough, a nearby drink vendor was squeezing a pickled lime into a bag of ice, pouring in some fresh lime juice, soda water and a tablespoon or two of sugar, and for 2,000 riel, or about 50 cents, the result was a refreshing and astringent beverage.
MR CROQUEWICH Petit Croquewich: Served with potato croquettes, reblochon cheese dipping sauce and sweet pickled vegetables.
Brine the radishes overnight (see Spiced pickled shallots recipe), then rinse and drain.
You can try fried beer pickles, bread and butter pickles with a veggie burger and pickled carrots, all freshly and locally produced.
Pickled foods tend to be high in sodium, but the salt in a fermented pickle recipe is for more than just flavor--it's also vital to safety and texture, according to the HFP.
Popular fermented pickles include old-fashioned kosher dills (cucumbers with dill and garlic), half-sours (cucumbers pickled with less salt for a shorter amount of time), brined olives, sauerkraut (pickled cabbage), kimchi (Korean pickled cabbage, often spicy), beets, grapes, lemons, watermelon rinds, and Japanese plums.
The agency's Food Science Research Unit, in Raleigh, North Carolina, is the only national laboratory that works full time on the processing of commercial pickled vegetables.
Pickled Chinese cabbage is a popular Japanese side dish and the deaths have shocked the country.
"The Pickled Pantry: From Apples to Zucchini, 150 Recipes for Pickles, Relishes, Chutneys, & More" is a guide to the many endeavors that pickling can bring.
"Our products [including pickled cabbage and pickled cucumber] will be sold in convenient stores and supermarkets," a spokesman told just-food.com.