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Articles from bmudd14474

  1. pops-wet-curing-brine

    real simple curing brine:

     for every 1 gallon of water, add:

    1/3 - 1 cup sea salt (depending if you're on a lo-salt diet)

    1 cup granulated sugar or Splenda174

    1 cup brown sugar or Splenda174 brown sugar mix

    1 tbsp cure no. 1 pink salt

    stir thoroughly until clear amber color, pour over meat, inject if necessary to cure from inside-out as well as outside-in

    weight down with a partially filled 1 qt or 1 gal. ziploc bag or bags to keep meat immersed

    Curing times vary with meat, but...
  2. wet-curing-bacon

    I call it easy because it is quite easy and safe.

    When I first joined here I was interested in making sausage and bacon.

    Never made or attempted any before.

    I read and used the handy dandy search tool a lot.

    My first bacon was made using Bears step by step and turned out great.

    I used this recipe quite a few times...alway came out great.

    http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/96761/smoked-bacon-step-by-step-with-qview 

    He was very generous with his help.

    Pops6927 is a lifelong friend of...
  3. Squirrel S Home Made Mozzeralla Cheese

    Homemade mozzarella is really easy to make. There are certain steps than can cause success or failure. The recipe I use comes from Home Cheese Making by Ricki Carroll. This is a great book for beginners. I make a few changes, and as you become more comfortable making this cheese you too may want to make your own changes. Let’s start with what you’ll need:

    Milk - I purchase whole pastuerized, non-homogenized fresh, local milk. Unless you have your own cow that you milk yourself and are...
  4. Bulk Uploading From Photobucket

     Here's how you can upload multiple pictures from PhotoBucket at one time. First select all the photos that you want to upload. Then click generate HTML and IMG code. See the following screenshots.
     

    Once that is done just paste it in the window like this 
    Then click Preview at the bottom of the page. When the preview loads it should populate the pictures then you can click submit and it will show like this.  If you did everything correctly It will show all the pictures like below. I hope...
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