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- n. An instance of processing something in brine or other solution..
- v. Present participle of pickle.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of putting anything in pickle or brine; the process of preserving in pickle.
- n. The immersion of sheet-iron or wire in acid, in order to clean it.
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The term pickling is applied to the process of preserving food when either salt or vinegar is used.
Although the English word "pickling" may include preserving in salt, the Spanish terms refer to pickling in vinegar.
Sierra: kingfish, a firm-fleshed fish commonly prepared en escabeche - marinated in pickling spices - in the Yucatan, where it is also called esmedregal.
The Turner Prize has become synonymous with controversial art, with Damien Hirst -- who made his name pickling animals in formaldehyde -- and Tracey Emin -- who made an installation of her unmade, dirty bed -- among past winners.
The Turner Prize has become synonymous with controversial art, with Damien Hirst - who made his name pickling animals in formaldehyde - and Tracey Emin - who made an installation of her unmade, dirty bed - among past winners.
This is a kind of fermentation called pickling which is discussed in section 15.6.1.
He's mulled the idea of pickling his work, but its temporary nature is one of the things that he loves most about it.
A method called pickling is used to keep food consumable longer by preserving it.
A method called pickling is used to preserve food stuffs.
2 Kirby cucumbers (also called pickling cucumbers), scrubbed, halved length- wise, seeds removed, and cut into 1/2-inch dice (or use 1/2 English cucumber -- no need to scrub or discard seeds)