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Traditional Potato Preparation Reduces Acrylamide

Acrylamide formation during production of French fries is most effectively lowered by lactic acid fermentation of potato rods before deep-frying or baking.

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Getting Started With Pickl-It!

Image Brine Grape LeafWe've constructed a tutorial, selecting articles from our FAQ area.  

These are just a glimpse of the many helpful tips provided throughout Pickl-It to help you select the sizes you need, along with understanding the different parts.  

If you can't find the information you're looking for, please contact us at inquiry@pickl-it.com or phone us at (603) 722-0189 (USA, EST).

Helpful step-by-step links to get you started:

  1. Select your Pickl-It - Size and capacity comparisons
  2. Pickl-It Assembly - easy! Step-by-step instructions
  3. Filling Pickl-It with Food - Basic minimum & maximum guidelines
  4. Dunk'R Function - useful as a food "weight" and pressing out oxygen
  5. Create Brine - we recommend weighing, not measuring salt
  6. Airlocks - a few handy tips on filling
  7. Cover Your Pickl-It - block out UV light which neutralizes beneficial bacteria

 


Pickl-It Cranberry Granola Gems

Unlike other Christmas seasons, when I spent days – even weeks – creating batches of sugary-cookies which have no redeeming value, this recipe is one of our new Christmas traditions, easily-created by adding already-fermented, Pickl-It Cranberry Relish.

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New Christmas Traditions

We’ve created a number of new holiday food-traditions which harken back to traditions and recipes more common to our ancestors of old, more than modern “traditions”. Take a look at how Pickl-It Cranberry Orange & Apple Relish can be used to create a tasty Pickl-It Cranberry Granola Gems.

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Pickl-It Cranberry-Orange-Apple Relish

While my mother and aunts created sugar-rich cranberry sauce for Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners, I much preferred my grandmother’s traditional Swedish recipe, originally made by her great-grandmother who used raw lingonberries.

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Did you know...

  • 1772 – Cook supplied his ship, the Endeavor, with 100 pounds of sauerkraut – a good source of Vitamin C – for EACH sailor, avoiding the dreaded scurvy. – “Scurvy”, a book by Stephen R. Brown

    —Sailing With Captain Cook

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  • We are really thankful for your creating and selling such a fine product, its the easiest and most foolproof fermenting product out there!

    —John R - Marquette, Michigan