My mom gave me a book that my grandfather used. In it it mentioned Morton Sugar cure. I looked at our local grocery store and didn't see any. I am not sure I would need it, just curious if it is still used or available. I use a Canadian Bacon recipe from someone on this site, can't remember the name sorry. But that uses Morton Tender Quick and brown sugar. wondering if the BS replaces the sugar cure.
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Morning... The USDA has done some serious testing since that booklet was printed... If you want to cure using Morton products, may I suggest you order a new Morton's booklet... Amounts of cure used have been lowered to effective levels without over curing..
Using cure #1 and it's namesakes is the commercially acceptable product to use for curing... the amount of salt you can use is much more flexible... and with cure #1 you are not adding nitrates to your food...
The Canadian Bacon recipe was probably from Bearcarver....