If you are not making pickles for kosher dietary law needs. then yes, pickling salt and kosher salt are chemically the same, neither contains iodine.
Pickling salt is the same as table salt but without iodine and caking agents added. Salt that is labeled "kosher salt" may be free of these additives and can be used in place of pickling salt but you'd have to check the package labeling to confirm the lack of additives.
Picking salt is a very fine grain salt. Salt that is labeled 'kosher salt' is a coarse grain salt. Both salts have the same molecular structure.
It is pretty much the fine-ness of the grind. Kosher salt is fairly coarse while pickling salts are normally ground into smaller crystals.
Both are sodium chloride (NaCl).
No. Pickling lime is calcium hydroxide. Pickling salt is sodium chloride without additives.
Kosher in pickles means the brine contains garlic and pickling spices.
Any difference, both are sodium chloride.
No, they're not the same but you can use kosher salt (coarse granule) salt in a pinch.
Kosher salt is the exact same as table salt, just coarser.
It depends on the brand of kosher salt you will be using as it varies in strength. If you use Morton's Kosher salt use 2 cups to= 1 pound, or if you use Diamond Crystal kosher salt 3 cups to = 1 pounds
Kosher salt is basically regular salt because salt is kosher. Salt isn't good for you if you eat too much.Answer:Chemically speaking, table salt and coarse (kosher) salt are the same.
Jews do not use kosher salt "only". Jews use any grain-size of salt they feel like using for the application where they need salt. If the application calls for a coarse grain, such as for pickling, koshering meat, or removing ice from the front walk, then "kosher" salt is an appropriate choice. The term "kosher" in "kosher salt" does not refer to the Jewish dietary laws, but rather to the size of the granule.
No, kosher salt is identical to table salt. Grey salt is moist, unrefined sea salt.
The term "kosher pickles" refers to the style of pickling that occurs (i.e. how the cucumber is turned into a pickle). It does not indicate that the pickling process is itself kosher. This is similar to how "kosher salt" refers to the size of the granules and not that the salt is itself kosher. Kosher pickles certainly can be made kosherly provided that kosher vinegar and only other kosher agents are used alongside cucumbers obtained withour mixed in insect parts. Neither cucumbers nor vinegar are inherently unkosher items, so using them together is not a problem.
Kosher salt is the same as table salt. It's not a replacement for epson salt.
Table salt is the same as kosher salt, just a finer granule, use the same amount.
Kosher salt is the same as table salt. Sea salt has far less sodium.
Kosher salt is the same as table salt only larger granules. It's called kosher salt because it is used in the process of kashering meat.
All salt is kosher unless something is added to it that isn't kosher. Kosher salt is just a large grained salt. Use the same amount of any salt.
Kosher salt has greater grain size and generally is not iodized; but the chemical compound is the same - sodium chloride, NaCl.
Kosher salt is the same as table salt, just larger granules.
Yes, you can. Kosher salt is the same as table salt, only a larger granule.