Asked by: Decorosa Biscadoasked in category: General Last Updated: 4th March, 2020
What's the difference between pickling salt and coarse salt?
In this way, can you substitute coarse sea salt for pickling salt?
You can use sea salt as a pickling salt substitute. It should work since it has none of the additives that make other salts less than ideal; however, note that some sea salts will have more of some minerals than others.
can you substitute pickling salt for kosher salt? To find a substitute, we singled out another salt that we know doesn't include additives: kosher salt. Except for a larger crystal size, it is otherwise identical to pickling salt. For every teaspoon of pickling salt, you'll need 2 teaspoons of Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt or 1 1/2 teaspoons of Morton's Kosher Salt.
Beside this, which salt is best for pickling?
What is the best vinegar for pickling?
Apple cider vinegar, made from fermented apple juice is a good choice for many pickles. It has a mellow, fruity flavor that blends well with spices. However, it will darken most vegetables and fruits. Cider vinegar may be substituted for white vinegar of the same acidity.