Sodium Nitrite, Sulfite, and Metabisulfite
Sodium Sulfite is tech grade 99% pure. It is a tremendous preservative that works exceptionally well on salmon, trout and steelhead eggs. It helps produce a heavy milking egg. Also both salmon and steelhead love the flavor, especially salmon. You can add up to a third of your total formula of sodium sulfite without getting too hot a cure formula. Resealable plastic jars. 2 lb.
Sodium Metabisulfite is a great additive to any cure. A tremendous preservative that works well on eggs, but use caution as it is very 'hot' and too much will melt your eggs, or turn them into cement. We recommend adding no more that 1 to 2 tablespoons of this chemical to 12 ounces of your base cure. Resealable plastic jar. 2 lb.
Sodium Nitrite is a anti mold ingredient to add to your egg cure. Also sets a deep natural reddish color into non-dyed, salted eggs. Sodium Nitrite is a must in Prawn and shrimp cures. Use a 100% salt brine formula, then add the sodium Nitrite. Add 1/4 to 1/2 cup per gallon of salt brine. Resealable plastic jar. 2 lb.
Warning: There is a warning from the manufacture that states that Sodium Sulfite and Sodium Metabisulfite should only be used in a well ventilated area. People that are sensitive to Sulfites or with Asthma should not use Sodium Sulfite or Sodium Metabisulfite to cure salmon eggs.
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