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LIVING SALT by ÁNGEL LEÓN
Salt from the precipitation of acetic acid from vinegar.
Salt that causes an exothermic reaction through recrystallization, when it is previously dissolved in an aqueous liquid. Allowing to cook food slowly or instantaneously.
1 kg of Live Salt / 1 kg Aqueous liquid
HOW TO USE:
Hot live salt
System suitable for long cooking or large pieces.
During the manufacturing procedure, protect hands and face with approved protective elements.
Heat the water or flavored liquid until it boils, add the salt to the water and mix until the salt dissolves. Boil until the temperature of 123ºC is reached.
Pour the hot mixture directly onto the item to be cooked. This technique allows us to make long cooking at high temperature.
It will take approximately 20 min to start recrystallizing, generally it holds the initial temperature up to 20 min depending on the container, volume used, room temperature and the piece to be cooked. Then the temperature will gradually decrease, and the cooking time can be extended as long as necessary to cook the piece.
At the time of removing the salt, manipulate with tools to avoid contact with the skin. Risk of burns.