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Bring some nostalgia into your kitchen when you use Ball® 32-oz. Pickling Salt in Pouch and make your own pickles just like grandma used to do. The ample amount of salt will last you for many jars of pickles, and the zippered pouch prevents the salt from clumping and going hard when it's exposed to air. This Ball pickling salt is pure sodium chloride and contains no anti-caking agents or additives that could spoil the look of your pickling liquid by making it cloudy. It won't darken your pickles, and it leaves no sediment at the bottom of the jar. It's recommended that you only use absolutely fresh vegetables for pickling and canning, so be sure to have all your equipment ready, together with your pickling salt, when you bring home your produce. Don't forget to label your pickle jars with the type of pickles and the date before you store them in a dark, cool place.
Best Used For:
Our favorite pickle recipes include crunchy dill pickles with cucumbers and garlic, pickled sweet green, red and yellow peppers, and our much-loved sweet and spicy pickle relish. Take your pickling to new heights with a flavorful mixture of pickled eggplant, mushrooms, onions and zucchini.
32-ounce capacity for many pickling batches
Zippered pouch to prevent salt from caking and clumping
The salt was exactly what it was supposed to be. I didn't consider that 32oz of salt wasn't that much because salt is heavy. It's roughly two cups. If you're just going to try a recipe or two this would be fine, but if you're doing a seasons worth of produce you might want to source it locally or at least buy more at a time to save on shipping