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“Creating Clarity, Color, and Flavor The real transforming agent in pidan is the alkaline material, which gradually raises the already alkaline egg from a pH of around 9 to 12 or more.”
“Alkaline-fermented foods: A review with emphasis on pidan fermentation.”
“Pine-Blossom Eggs An especially prized variant of pidan is one in which the aspic-colored white is marked throughout with tiny, pale, snowflake traceries.”
“They owe their popular name—the Chinese term is pidan, or “coated eggs”—to their startlingly decrepit appearance: the shell encrusted with mud, the white a transparent brown jelly, and the yolk a semisolid, somber jade.”
“There are only two essential ingredients for making pidan, in addition to the eggs: salt, and a strongly alkaline material, which can be wood ash, lime, sodium carbonate, lye sodium hydroxide, or some combination of these.”
“Nouveaux Pidan Recently, two Taiwanese food scientists devised a method for making a striking, toned-down version of pidan.”
“A mild, soft-yolked version of pidan is sometimes made by adding some lead oxide to the cure.”
“No tengo la primera parte .. por favor no la pidan ..”
“Pero no hay que generalizar a los españoles (asi como tampoco hay que generalizar con los argentinos, ni con los brasilleros, etc) estuve viendo las repercusiones alla y la mayoria esta re enojada por esto, les parece re de mal gusto y piden a los que hicieron esto que pidan perdon por ESTO que hicieron! ”
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