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Acid, Salt and Sugar Preserves

  • R. Broomfield

Abstract

As in the previous edition of this book, the interpretation of ‘pickles and sauces’ has been largely confined to British-style fruit/vegetable products preserved wholly or primarily by the presence of acetic acid.

Keywords

Sulphur Dioxide Sorbic Acid Modify Starch Foreign Matter Invert Sugar 
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Further Reading

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