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Is that the red box? I was always on the lookout for it because Traca said once
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Posted to Thread #30475 at 6:09 pm on Sep 5, 2018
most kitchens she worked at preferred "the red box" kosher salt. I finally found it in Pittsburgh this last trip and bought one.
Oddly, i recently read where a TBL of Diamond kosher salt weights LESS than a TBL of Morton kosher salt. So if your recipe called for salt by TBL, you may need to make adjustments (like for brines, etc where a large quantity is used).
I know it's true for adjusting regular table salt to kosher (and vice versa) but I never knew there was a difference between kosher salts.
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Other messages in this thread:
- 30475. I have not been able to find my favorite salt, Diamond Crystal Coarse Sea Salt for a while now... - KarenNoCA - 4:31pm on 09/05/18 (3)
- Is that the red box? I was always on the lookout for it because Traca said once - MarilynFL - 6:09pm on 09/05/18
- I still see it in the small canister I switched to Jacobsen Salt over a tear ago and - CynUpstateNY - 9:21pm on 09/05/18
- I've been getting it at Penzeys [NT] - rhoward2va - 7:37pm on 09/06/18