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Peter Simpson 325/11/2021 14:58:42
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How much citric acid crystals do you use to make up 5 gallon of pickle ?

Harry Wilkes25/11/2021 15:22:56
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This tread was started sometime back and may be of help link


Steviegtr25/11/2021 16:58:48
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Some folk just use lemon juice.


Paul Rhodes25/11/2021 17:10:25
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I am now conditioned when "lemon juice " is mentioned to recall McArthur Wheeler.

So has a a cognitive bias produced a conditioned reflex?

Sorry this is no use to the OP in his enquiry.

Keith Hale25/11/2021 19:33:20
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10 gm salt/litre


Sorry can't convert that to the number of lemons!

Depends on size, moisture content, soil, Brexit, covid, number of lorry drivers and.......





Edited By Keith Hale on 25/11/2021 19:39:46

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