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Lush How It’s Made: Ocean Salt – Self-preserving
When it comes to our best-selling scrub, you’ve got options. Choose between our original formula and a self-preserving version made without synthetic preservatives: both leave skin seriously smooth and bright. Chelsea and Coco show us the ingredients that make Ocean Salt – Self-preserving so good on the skin and how they all come together in the scrub you love. Love Lush? Connect with us! http://www.lushusa.com | http://www.lush.ca https://www.facebook.com/lushcosmetics https://twitter.com/lushcosmetics https://www.instagram.com/lushcosmetics Lush app for iOS - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/lush-cosmetics/id1101501512?mt=8 Lush app for Android - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lushusa&hl=en Lush makes fresh, handmade cosmetics including bath bombs, bubble bars, dry shampoo, shower gels, shower smoothies, luxury bath oils and more for all your bath, haircare and skincare needs. We’re also proud to support charities who work tirelessly to make the world a better place for people, animals and the environment through our Charity Pot program. Learn more about the organizations we work with at http://www.lushusa.com/charitypot. Music: Wide Open Road Artist: JAM Studio
DIY Salt Cured Fish @ The Off Grid Homestead
I had some fish that I got on sale and could not eat it all in time so I decided to salt cure it myself for later use. This is a very simple and ancient process of using salt to preserve fish. You simply put a layer of pickling salt (non iodized) into the bottom of a container. I use glass because metal will rust. Plastic will work as well but I am getting away from plastic more these days. Then put a single layer of fish on top of the salt. Next more salt on the fish. Keep layering your salt and fish until you have the pan full or the fish all used up. Finally put another layer of salt on top of the fish. Cover it loosely to keep out dust and debris and put it aside to cure. Keep it cool but not warm. It was freezing here when I attempted to salt cure my fish so it took me a few weeks. The first two weeks not much happened at all really. When it warmed up some the water started to be pulled from the fish. The salt will actually draw the water out of the fish. The water will start to pool in the bottom of the container. I drained off the fish daily at first and then every couple days as needed. Every time you drain it, you will want to check the salt and add more as necessary. I pulled out all the fish and then put them all back in with more salt each time I drained them. Later, after the water stopped coming out, I opened the lid and let the fish dry in the sun each day. With time the fish became very dry. Now it is cured and ready to put away for later use. This is the same type of salted fish you find in the fish shops just sitting out with no refrigeration. I will put my fish on a shallow pan over the wood stove to ensure that there is no water left in them and then vacuum seal them for long term storage. Again, this fish needs no refrigeration. The salt pulls out all the water and inhibits bacteria. Disclaimer: Working with food is potentially dangerous. Only use fresh food and clean work areas to prevent deadly illness. This video is for entertainment purposes only. Do not attempt to do this at home. Thanks for watching. Please Subscribe & follow my daily videos. Troy http://www.thedoityourselfworld.com http://www.theoffgridproject.com Note: Copying this video, in part or in full, is a violation of copyright unless the user has express permission from the owner. Violation of this copyright will be pursued to the fullest extent of the law.
Pickled Onions Recipe - preserving - sea salt and vinegar brine - easy recipes - healthy recipe
This Pickled Onion Recipe is more like the making of a condiment or an ingredient. We are preserving the onions and changing their flavor so that we can add them as a different tasting ingredient to our recipes, and let me tell you it is well worth it. This is probably one of the most easy recipes I have ever made on here. All you need is a jar, red onions, sea salt, and vinegar to create your pickling brine.
Preserving Hides for Tanning, Salt, Dry or Freeze? How To
In this video I demonstrate salting a hide to preserve it for later use and talk about various options for preserving skins. The common options are freezing, drying and salting or of course you can tan the skin fresh off the animal. Each has it's advantages and disadvantages. Drying is a lot of work and resoaking the skins thoroughly after drying is even more work. Freezing is easy if you have room. Salting is easy and cheaper than running a freezer. Salting keeps skins in a semi wet state so salted hides are easier to resoak for tanning than dried skins. For saving skins with the hair on, I would prefer to work them fresh or freeze them. It's deer season, so you can preserve your deer hides or hides you collect for tanning later by freezing, salting or drying. Support me by using this link whenever you shop on Amazon. Free for you, a big help to me: http://amzn.to/296alqr Visit the SkillCult Website and Blog: www.skillcult.com Subscribe here: www.youtube.com/skillcult
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How and Why to Store Salt
How and Why to Store Salt Salt is an important food to include in your long term food storage. Salt http://amzn.to/2ig2dYw Salt is necessary for life, a long lasting food that can last indefinitely if stored correctly. Salt needs to be kept dry, so a cardboard container may not be ideal. Store salt in canning jars, and screw on a lid. Do not use oxygen absorbers. Salt boxes can also be stacked inside 5 gallon buckets. Keep moisture and pests from contaminating your foods stored for long term. Store salt in containers that allow ease of use. Full buckets of salt are not as convenient as a jar or original box. Stocking Up On Food? Recommendations are to store 7 pounds of salt per person. If you use salt for pickling, brining, and preserving, you may need to stockpile more. At less than a dollar a pound, salt is cheap and easy to stockpile and store. Salt can be used for first aid, hygiene, cleaning, and even pest control, and may be one of the most important prepping supplies. Indications are that some areas of the sea are becoming contaminated. Most salt comes from the sea. You don't have to be a Prepper to stockpile food. It's just sensible. Stockpile salt for your family while it is still safe and readily available so you will always have the things you need, no matter what comes your way. ★☆★ SUBSCRIBE TO ME ON YOUTUBE: ★☆★ https://www.youtube.com/c/alaskagranny?sub_confirmation=1 ★☆★ FOLLOW ME BELOW: ★☆★ Blog: http://www.alaskagranny.com/everyday-preps/ ★☆★ RECOMMENDED RESOURCES: ★☆★ Salt http://amzn.to/2ig2dYw Gamma Lids http://amzn.to/2iJ9Cxd Canning Jars http://amzn.to/2rdYnoJ Plastic Jar Lids http://amzn.to/2kpe3Ru 5 Gallon Buckets and Lids http://amzn.to/2u82ti5
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Traditional way of drying and preserving  fish
The traditional way of drying fish at Tadadi port ..Applying sea salt and sun dried ..Salting is an ancient practice fishermen used to preserve their catch while at sea and a long way from the market. Salt draws out moisture, drying out the fish and creating an environment where microorganisms can't function and the fish are preserved.
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How to Preserve and Reuse Your Fishing Bait! SAVE MONEY!
I always seem to have leftover fishing bait. Instead of throwing it away this time, I threw it in a bucket of coarse salt and salt preserved the old fishing bait. Fishing bait is kind of annoying to keep cold and fresh. The salting process allows the bait to be preserved at room temp. Give it a try, or try out our SUPER SALTY SQUID! Our secret salty recipe produces a tough, SCENT PACKED, All-In-One fishing bait perfect for any type of fishing! SENKOSKIPPER SUPER SALTY BAIT Super Salty Strip Bait: http://bit.ly/squidstrips Super Salty Jacket Bait: http://bit.ly/squidjackets Super Salty Tentacle Bait: http://bit.ly/squidtents Check out what our Super Salty Squid Team has been up to on instagram! @Braggoutdoors @Monterybayfishing @tiny.timbo @Casting__lines_lines @Ryan335D More info about my fishing gear, fishing spots and exclusive subscriber content + MORE! https://www.senkoskipper.com SENKOSKIPPER PDF TUTORIALS What Knots to Tie and When PDF: http://bit.ly/Knotsguide Surf Fishing Adventure Guide: http://bit.ly/SenkoSurfGuide Pier Fishing Adventure Guide: http://bit.ly/SenkoPIERadventure Jetty Fishing Adventure Guide: http://bit.ly/SenkoJETTYadventureguide SENKOSKIPPER ADVENTURE KITS Surf Fishing Adventure Kit: http://bit.ly/surfadventurekit Pier Fishing Adventure Kit: http://bit.ly/pieradventurekit Jetty Fishing Adventure Kit: http://bit.ly/jettyadventure
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Ever Wonder How Sea Salt Is Made? Find Out Here | National Geographic
See how salt is traditionally harvested from the sea. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta This is how it's done at one of the Canary Islands's last operating salt flats. Located on the island of Lanzarote, Salinas de Janubio was constructed in 1895 to produce salt for consumption and to meet demands of the region's once robust fishing industry, which utilized the high quality, natural salts for fish preservation. Today, artisanal salt production on the Canary Islands is in decline, but workers at Janubio continue to use traditional methods to extract salt from the sea, and hope to maintain the salt flats for future generations. Ever Wonder How Sea Salt Is Made? Find Out Here | National Geographic https://youtu.be/0vVyw2rVA4Q National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
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How to Salt fish.
How to preserve fish by salt curing.
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This Simple Thing Can Damage your Sea Salt | How to Store Sea Salt
Don't do this to your salt. This simple thing can damage can leach toxic metals into your salt. Marcus Guiliano, Chef and Owner of Aroma Thyme Bistro located in Ellenville, NY in the scenic Hudson Valley. Aroma Thyme is know for their "stealth health"(Zagat). The Bistro has an award-winning wine list from Wine Spectator Magazine and over 200 beers. Aroma Thyme is certified green by The Green Restaurant Association. Support Hudson Valley Restaurants. My Central Channel: http://www.MarcusG.tv My facebook http://www.facebook.com/AromaThymeBistro Twitter for my restaurant: http://twitter.com/Aroma_Thyme My personal Twitter: http://twitter.com/healthychefdude My Restaurant website: http://www.aromathymebistro.com/ My restaurant YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/AromaThyme
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Simple Solutions: How to preserve fresh basil
In this episode of Ideal Home’s Simple Solutions we show you how to preserve fresh basil. Step 1: Separate basil leaves, place in a colander and wash thoroughly Step 2: Lay the basil leaves out on a large dish and allow to air dry Step 3: Fill a sterilised jar with a layer of sea salt. Then place a layer of basil leaves over the top and coat with olive oil Step 4: Repeat the process until the jar is full Tip: Make sure all the leaves are fully submerged in oil. Your preserved basil will last in the fridge for up to a year.
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Salt of life - Traditional knowledge and wisdom of satoumi
The Agehama style of salt making has been in Noto peninsula over 500 years. However, as more practical salt making methods were developed, practitioners have declined in number. Prof. Yanagi defined satoumi as a coastal sea with high biological productivity and high biodiversity due to harmonized human activities. As a part of satoumi, the Agehama style salt making needs to be conserved in Noto. This video was produced as a part of collaboration between Ishikawa Prefecture and UNU for "Traditional knowledge and wisdom of satoyama/satoumi charcoal and salt making traditions in Ishikawa". Read the associated article: http://ourworld.unu.edu/en/preserving-japans-sea-salt-making-tradition/
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How to Make Salt-Preserved Herbs | Sunset
Preserve your garden herbs for seasoning, salt rubs, and marinade bases for up to a year after harvesting.
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Salt Nacl mineral Making Process Naturally | How to make Sea crystalline Salt Chemistry Preparation
Common salt or Table salt is a mineral composed mainly of sodium chloride (NaCl), a chemical compound belonging to the highest class of salts; Salt in its natural form as a crystalline mineral is known as rock salt or halite. Salt is present in large quantities in seawater, where it is the main mineral constituent. The open ocean has about 35 grams (1.2 oz) of solids per liter, a salinity of 3.5%. Salt is essential for life in general, and salinity is one of the basic human tastes. Animal tissues contain greater amounts of salt than plant tissues. Salt is one of the oldest and most ubiquitous foods, and salting is an important method of preserving food.
Tips & Tricks #1 - Poor Man's Filet Mignon
Jack Scalfani shows you how to make a cheap steak taste delicious. Be sure to subscribe to this channel and Jack's new channel "Jack on the Go" http://youtube.com/jackonthego steps for tenderizing: -- coat entire top of steak with coarse salt. -- leave sitting out on counter for 1 hour per inch of meat -- completely wash off salt. Pat dry the meat with a paper towel -- cook and season as you normally would. Don't add any type of salt while cooking. Not garlic salt, onion salt or regular salt. Enjoy!
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Preserving the Dead Sea, a Jewel for Future Generations
Preserving the Dead Sea, a Jewel for Future Generations
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How to clean your shells you collected from the beach
A great way to clean your shells. You can use baby oil after they dry to make them shine. Thanks for watching. Keep smiling :)
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LUSH Quick Tips: Ocean Salt
Life's a beach! Especially if you're using our best-selling face and body scrub, Ocean Salt. Why is one of our all-time best-sellers year after year? Erica Vega is here to share all of the reasons why. One might have to do with the vodka...
Tanning Hides - The Easy\Cheap Way
Using alum, pickling salt and H2o, Casanova shows you a simple method on tanning animal hides. The materials cost less then 5 bucks. Supplies needed: 1. A bucket 2. Stir stick 3. Brick(something to keep the hides under the water) 4. Alum - http://amzn.to/1PtIxpS 5. Pickling Salt - http://amzn.to/1SavHC9 6. H2o 7. A strong mindset. Camcorder I used - http://amzn.to/1UKsYP4 To watch my, "Smoking Animal Hides" video click here https://youtu.be/rnRdLVNzFvw
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The Canning Diva's Quick Canning Tip - The Best Salt for Canning
The benefit of home canning and preserving is being able to control what contents are placed into each jar. Salt is often time merely for flavor while other times it is a necessary means to safely preserve and/or ferment foods. The Canning Diva® breaks down the many different salts on the market and which are best for home canning and preserving your gardens bounty!
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Unbelievably Easy Preserved Lemons | Rosie Foodie
These preserved lemons give a delicious twist to many dishes, not only Middle Eastern cuisine, and they're unbelievably easy to put together. Ingredients below links. SUBSCRIBE to the channel: http://bit.ly/1L50Rra Like me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/alotonherplateyoutube Follow me on Instagram: https://instagram.com/rosiefoodie/ Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RosieFoodie INGREDIENTS: 130g (4oz) flaky sea salt 100g (3.5 oz/half a cup) caster (superfine) sugar 1 sprig thyme 5 large unwaxed, organic lemons, scrubbed 1 tablespoon olive oil
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How to Preserve Homegrown Herbs with Sea Salt: In the Pantry
How to Preserve Homegrown Herbs with Sea Salt: In the Pantry http://www.livinggreenandfrugally.com/preserve-homegrown-herbs-sea-salt-pantry/ Follow Our Facebook Page -- https://www.facebook.com/greenandfrugally .we do weekly giveaways for our followers
Preserving Lemons & Natural Cleaning Tip
Preserving Lemons with sea salt is one way to use your lemons when the tree is full. All you need is Lemons ends off and quartered Fine Sea Salt, I use Pink Himalayan with no added nasties Bay Leaves extra Lemon juice A sterilised Jar/s Method Cover each 1/4 of lemon with salt put in jar, pulp side up, pushing down each layer of lemon to compress until jar is almost full. Add 2 extra table spoons of salt per pint jar fill lemon juice to top of jar, remove air bubbles with a knife wipe jar seal and thread clean, put lid on wash jar with water to remove any food Store in cool dark place for 2 months before using To use your preserved lemons Remove lemon from jar, rinse salt off, remove pulp and discard Slice skins to size required for use. Uses Under skin of roast chicken for a delicious Lemon Chicken Sliced finely for salads or rice dishes and In slow cooked dishes Welcome to Moat Cottage. On this channel, Elissa will show you how to be more self sustainable & homestead in a small space. Grow organic food, use or preserve the harvest, raise backyard poultry, natural remedies, getting prepared, money saving ideas, how to get more organised and much more. Moat Cottage Links To be the first to know when there is a big announcement, join our mailing list. You can subscribe on our Website: https://www.elissajayne.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/MoatCottage Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/moatcottage/ Australian homesteading channel Homesteading in Australia Self sustainable living Urban farmer in rural Australia
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DIY Lush Ocean Salt Scrub
YAY A NEW VIDEO!! OPEN FOR MORE- - - - - - - - - - The Recipe Thingy hahahaha: -1/4 cup fine sea salt -1 tbsp of coarse sea salt -1/2 a grapefruit -1/2 tsp of rubbing alcohol -1 tsp water -1/2 of a lime -2 tbsp. of avocado oil -3 tbsp. of coconut oil Hiiiii everyone!!! Today's video is super exciting because it's on one of my all time FAVORITE products from Lush! It's their Ocean Salt Scrub! It's so good for your skin and I wanted to find an easy way to make it on my own bc SO expensive ($40!!!!!) and this one is so much cheaper and it really doesn't take much time to make at all! PLUS it looks so much like the real one! hehehe I hope you enjoy and let me know what I should try and DIY next!! LOVE YOU SO MUCH- Molly ♡ Follow Me! Vlog Channel - http Twitter - www.twitter.com/missmollyanne14 Instagram - http://instagram.com/mollybails Snapchat - missmollyanne14 Tumblr - http://missmollyanne14.tumblr.com Spotify - https://play.spotify.com/user/missmollyanne14 FTC: This video is not sponsored! All opinions are my own :)
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Making bresaola  - Italian Cuisine recipe
Bresaola is air-dried, salted beef that has been aged for up to three months until it becomes hard and turns dark red. You'll need a bucket and 3 metres of muslin cloth for this recipe. Ingredients 1 kg topside beef, excess fat trimmed 7 juniper berries 2 bay leaves 3 garlic cloves 1 tsp fresh thyme 1 tsp fresh rosemary 2 tbsp olive oil 3 litres red wine (can be good cooking wine, such as claret) 4 tbsp sea salt flakes Cook's notes Oven temperatures are for conventional; if using fan-forced (convection), reduce the temperature by 20˚C. | We use Australian tablespoons and cups: 1 teaspoon equals 5 ml; 1 tablespoon equals 20 ml; 1 cup equals 250 ml. | All herbs are fresh (unless specified) and cups are lightly packed. | All vegetables are medium size and peeled, unless specified. | All eggs are 55-60 g, unless specified. Instructions Chilling time 2 weeks Hanging time 2 weeks Makes 1 kg Cut the beef into long strips of about 8–10 cm, to form a long rectangular shape. In a metal bowl, combine the juniper berries, bay leaves, garlic, thyme, rosemary and olive oil. Place the beef into the bowl and rub the mixture all over. Place the beef and remaining mixture in a bucket. Cover with red wine and place a plate over the top to submerge the beef completely. (The oil will float to the top and act as a seal.) Refrigerate for 2 weeks. Take the beef out and rub the sea salt all over it. Wrap the beef in muslin and tie with string. Hang the beef in a cool, well-ventilated area for about 2 weeks at 14°C. (If you live in a hotter climate, put the beef in a fridge and allow a little longer for the curing process – up to 4 weeks.) Unwrap the bresaola and thinly slice. Serve with good-quality olive oil.
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How to make Preserved Lemons
Make sure to Subscribe for more Recipes & How To's! Lemons are in abundance right now and I'm lucky to have a neighbor with a Meyer Lemon tree. There would be no way to go through all these lemons before they go bad, so it is the perfect time to make some Preserved Lemons. Preserved Lemons have so many different applications, from appetizers, main courses and even drinks. So don't let those lemons go to waste, preserve them and spice up your dishes all year round! STAY CONNECTED Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/thehungrywinos Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/thehungrywinos Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/thehungrywinos FULL RECIPE Ingredients 4-5 Meyer Lemons (per jar) Course Sea Salt Whole Allspice Whole Cumin Seed Whole Coriander Seed Whole Mixed Peppercorns Whole Cinnamon Sticks Bay Leaves STEPS In a warm pan add a Tablespoon or 2 or the Allspice, Cumin Seed, Coriander Seed and Peppercorns. This will help release the oils from the seeds and bring out the flavors. A minute or two in a medium heat pan will do the trick Wash your Meyer Lemons and slice into quarters but not all the way through to the other side. You want the four pieces of lemon to still be attached at one end. Add the roasted spices to a small bowl of Course Sea Salt and mix around. Fill the lemon with the salt mixture and put in mason jar. Repeat with 3-5 lemons depending on the size of your jar. Press the lemons into the jar to help release all the juice. You don't want to have any air pockets to insure no bacterial growth. Once the mason jar is filled and the lemons have been pressed into the jar not allowing room for anymore, shove a couple cinnamon sticks and bay leaves into the jar. Top with more of the salt mixture and pat down with a spoon. Clean the outside and rim of the jar and screw the lid on securely. Leave at room temperature for 3 weeks to a month to preserve the lemons. Music used in this Video are Royalty Free Tracks purchased from AudioJungle.net Action Funk Groove - http://bit.ly/1klnBZv Cunning - http://bit.ly/1tpiF8z Power Up - http://bit.ly/WM8Mol Happy Boogie - http://bit.ly/1n0kBfz Shake it Loose - http://bit.ly/1o0fVeo
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I had a tiny bit of a fail moment making this video.. just watch and see haha.
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Lush Haul & Review 2016
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Making preserved tuna - Italian Cuisine
Preserving tuna is a great way to store fish that you cannot eat in one go. The flavour obtained is far superior to tuna in a tin and rarely found in the shops – so you will have to make it yourself. You do need the bones and/or head to help the process for flavour. Albacore is an excellent tuna to try this recipe with. Try going to local fish markets to source whole fish to try this old Italian way of preserving fish. Ingredients 1 quantity tuna (head, bones, skin on) salt oilve oil Cook's notes Oven temperatures are for conventional; if using fan-forced (convection), reduce the temperature by 20˚C. | We use Australian tablespoons and cups: 1 teaspoon equals 5 ml; 1 tablespoon equals 20 ml; 1 cup equals 250 ml. | All herbs are fresh (unless specified) and cups are lightly packed. | All vegetables are medium size and peeled, unless specified. | All eggs are 55-60 g, unless specified. Instructions Cooling time 30 minutes In a large pot, add the tuna meat, fish bones and skin, etc. Cover with a salt-water solution. (Sea water is on average 3.5% salt. To make your own, for every 1 litre of water, add 35 g of salt). Stir thoroughly. Bring to the boil and boil for 3–4 hours (reduce heat a little to obtain a gentle rolling boil). After 3–4 hours, remove from heat and allow to cool (cool enough so you can dip your hands in). Remove the tuna meat gently and break up into large pieces. Place the pieces into sterilised jars. Top up each jar with olive oil, shaking gently to remove air bubbles. Seal each jar immediately, though not too tight. Place jars in a large pot (see Note) and cover with water. Bring to boil, and boil for 2 hours (see Note). After 2 hours, remove the jars and set aside to cool. Store in a cool place for 1 month to allow the flavours to develop. Note • Place cloth in bottom of your pot and between layers. This will stop jars rattling in the metal pan. • The oil will tend to expand a little during this boiling process, so don't put the lids on too tightly. That said, the lids do have to be tight enough for the oil not to escape. • It is recommended you use the fish in cooked dishes, heating the fish to at least 80°C before consuming so as to minimise risk of botulism.
Chanh Muoi (Vietnamese Preserved Limes/Lemons with Salt) Pickled Limes/Lemons
Chanh Muoi (Vietnamese Preserved Limes with Salt) http://www.facebook.com/boriville http://www.boriville.com http://www.twitter.com/boriville http://www.instagram/borivillefood Ingredients Limes or Lemons 1-3/4 cup Sea Salt 4 cups Water Extra Water For Drink: Sugar Ice Water or Club Soda To clean the Lime/Lemon, boil some water in a pot. Place your Limes or Lemons on a wire ladle. Dip in the hot water for a few seconds. Move it around a bit, then remove it from the water. After you are done, wipe it was a dry paper towel. Set it aside. You will need to place it outside in the sun for a few hours. It really depends on the temperature outside. For it to turn into a brownish color, it can take 4-5 hours. Remember to check on it. Once it has a brownish color, it is ready for the next step. To make the salt water mixture. In a large pot pour in 4 cups Water. Add in 1-3/4 cup Sea Salt and bring to a boil. You can use other kind of salt too if you can't find Sea Salt. Once the salt has desolved in the water. Remove from heat and let it cool for about 15 minutes. Stack your limes/lemons in the glass jar. Pour in the salt water mixture, make sure it covers all of the Limes/Lemons. Make more if you need to. Use a plastic cover to help push it down. Cover the lid and let it preserve for at least 1 month. After 1 month, it should look something like this. A popular way to use these preserved Limes is to make Nuoc Chanh Muoi, which is Salty Lemonade. Have a glass with some ice in it. Take 1 lime/lemon. Put it in the glass and smash it with your spoon. Add in sugar to your taste. Then pour some water or club soda. Mix well and enjoy this refreshing drink made from Preserved Limes and Salt.
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a demonstration of the salmon egg salt curing method i used for over 20 years to catch a boatload of salmon trout and steelhead - stream hardening. be sure to check your local d.e.c. regulations as to possesion off trout and salmon eggs on your local streams and rivers .some states have quantity limits and special regulations pertaining to salmon and trout eggs , egg removal . how too - trout bait in ny 1 qt limit on possession of salmon trout eggs on tributarys http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/31420.html http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/31416.html
Two Methods for Preserving Fresh Lemons
In this video Kellene, aka The Preparedness Pro, will show you several ways to make the most from a bounty of fresh lemons including a Savory Method for Preserving Whole Lemons, and another method for preserving lemons to use in Sweet dishes! Be sure to check us out on our blog at www.PreparednessPro.com to see the final products of preservation. To get the Himalyan Sea Salt I love to use, go here: http://tinyurl.com/p2o4wet
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How it’s made: Ocean Salt Face and Body Scrub
Vodka, grapefruit and limes? Oh my! Kelsie and Anthony from our manufacturing team show us how we turn delicious cocktail ingredients into our best-selling face and body scrub. For a truly invigorating scrub that will leave your skin toned and cleansed, nothing beats Ocean Salt! Love Lush? Connect with us! www.lushusa.com | www.lush.ca facebook.com/lushcosmetics twitter.com/lushcosmetics instagram.com/lushcosmetics Lush app for iOS Lush app for Android Lush makes fresh, handmade cosmetics including bath bombs, bubble bars, dry shampoo, shower gels, shower smoothies, luxury bath oils and more for all your bath, haircare and skincare needs. We’re also proud to support charities who work tirelessly to make the world a better place for people, animals and the environment through our Charity Pot program. Learn more about the organizations we work with at lushusa.com/charitypot
Lush Ocean Salt Face & Body Scrub Review + Demo 2018 | Get Rid of Textured Skin | MaryPolka
△ INSTAGRAM | https://instagram.com/mariyamarinova/ △ TWITTER | https://twitter.com/MarinovaMariya △ PINTEREST | https://www.pinterest.com/marypolkadot/ △ MY FASHION BLOG: http://marypolka.com △ MY Husband's INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/lifeof_ivelin/ L'Oreal Hydra Genius Aloe Water Review + Demo: https://youtu.be/N4RSNQoTRN0 L'OrealPure Clay Face Mask Review: https://youtu.be/N4RSNQoTRN0 Hello everybody, and welcome back. Today I am review the Lush Ocean Salt Face & Body Scrub and sharing my first impressions. Also please share in the comments if you have tried that scrub and how do you like it :* Thank you so much for watching and subscribing! Love, Mariya ♡ -WATCH IN HD- -PRODUCTS MENTIONED- Lush Ocean Salt Face & Body Scrub L'Oreal Pure-Sugar Scrub Smooth and Glow Grapeseed Oil Sugar L'Oreal Hydra Genius Aloe Water * FTC Disclaimer: This video is not sponsored. Music by Epidemic Sound
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DIY Lush Ocean Salt Scrub!
DIY lush ocean salt! DIY lush scrub! Be sure to check out my DIY lush bath bombs (galaxy inspired!) and my DIY lush bubble bars demo and lip scrub! Nikki's Channel! https://www.youtube.com/user/NikkiPhillippi Nikki's Video! :) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y8XQQDSODEA&feature=youtu.be Twitter - https://twitter.com/HayleyWi11iams Instagram - http://instagram.com/hayleywi11iams Pinterest - http://www.pinterest.com/hayleywi11iams Spotify - https://play.spotify.com/user/williamshf FTC: Not sponsored, homie. *I do not own any of the music in my videos. All rights go to respective owners/creators.*
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How To Preserve FOOD by SALTING !!!
Today i will show you how to use salt to preserve food. Hope this tutorial was helpful. Comment, Like and Subscribe. Salting is the preservation of food with dry edible salt. It is related to pickling (preparing food with brine, i.e. salty water). It is one of the oldest methods of preserving food, and two historically significant salt-cured foods are dried and salted cod (usually referred to as salt fish) and salt-cured meat. Vegetables such as runner beans and cabbage are also often preserved in this manner. Salting is used because most bacteria, fungi and other potentially pathogenic organisms cannot survive in a highly salty environment, due to the hypertonic nature of salt. Any living cell in such an environment will become dehydrated through osmosis and die or become temporarily inactivated. It was discovered in the 19th century that salt mixed with nitrites (saltpeter) would color meats red, rather than grey, and consumers at that time then strongly preferred the red-colored meat.
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Lush Ocean Salt Review! Handmade Face And Body Scrub!
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Homemade Ocean Salt Scrub / Cleanser
This homemade salt scrub is a take on the lush ocean salt cleanser which is a really awesome product! I have experimented with this recipe a little bit to get a DIY scrub that can be used for the body and face and has many of the beneficial properties of the original product. The cool thing about this scrub / cleanser is that it is completely natural, it's cruelty free and it's also really cheap when considering the life usage of the raw ingredients. Always keep in mind that these recipes are things I have tried out and enjoyed and therefore shared in the hopes they will as enjoyable for you. I am not trying to be a professional or claim to know it all (and anything I don't know i would love to hear about! But approach your comments as advice, not hate!!). Things work differently for different people, and there are always ways that things can be done better - so share the love and we can all help each other create an awesome life X The natural blue colouring is made from red cabbage, water and baking soda. It is not a necessary ingredient, it just makes it look 'nicer'. It doesn't stain the skin like conventional colourings which is great for this purpose. Adding it does make its shelf-life less secure though, so only add a little and make sure to you use clean fingers. Homemade ocean salt cleanser recipe: - 1/4 cup red cabbage - pinch baking soda - 1/4 cup hot water - 2 Tbsp each of fine & coarse sea salt - 1 lime finely zest - 20 drops tangerine oil - 2 Tbsp avocado oil - 2 Tbsp coconut oil - 1/2 tsp wax - optional: 2 Tbsp vegetable glycerine original lush ocean salt scrub "Coconut cream and sea salt scrub" ingredients: http://www.lushusa.com/Ocean-Salt/02128,en_US,pd.html I hope you enjoyed this video ♡ If you want to find my elsewhere here are some of my details: facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ela-Gale/567741150027455 twitter https://twitter.com/ElaGale Instagram @elagale some FAQ: how old are you? : 22 Where do you live? : New Zealand What do you film with: Canon 60d & canon s120 What do you edit on: FCPX What do you study: Masters in Communication of Science and filmmaking What do you love most in life: bruce -my chihuahua, my family & bf, animals, sunshine, FOOD, nature, compassion... This channel hopes to inspire a positive life ♡ “take care of your body, its the only place you have to live” “life is short, smile while you still have teeth” “be the change you want to see, in your life and in the world!" For all business enquiries, please contact: [email protected] Stay beautiful, love you guys ♡ Ela xx Healthy. Happy. Natural. DIY. Compassionate. Aware. Inspired. Positive
Views: 230283 Ela Gale ♡
Salt Matters: Preserving Choice and Health - Part 1, Introduction
The SaltGuru dispels the myths about salt and health
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How To Make: Lush Ocean Salt Scrub
RECIPE Oil Phase 1 tbsp Emulsifying Wax 1 tbsp Sunflower Oil 1 tbsp Shea Butter Water Phase 2 tbsp Lime Juice 2 tbsp Water 1/2 tbsp Glycerine Exfoliants 2 cups Fine Sea Salt 1 cup Coarse Sea Salt Optional Lime Essential Oil Grapefruit Essential Oil ———————————————————— SUBSCRIBE TO HELP ME REACH 1000! www.youtube.com/ellieverett THUMBS UP IF YOU LIKE LUSH DIY’S 👍🏼 ———————————————————— MUSIC Love Club / Lorde New Americana / Halsey TRNSTTR / Black Coast ———————————————————— FAQ Camera Used: Sony a5100 Editing App: Final Cut Pro X ———————————————————— Thank you for watching Ellie xx
Views: 40534 Ellie Everett
How to Ferment Any Citrus Fruit
Today I am fermenting fresh picked satsumas (a type of orange). You don't need to ferment as many as I am. You can make 3 in a small glass jar. This recipe can be used for limes, lemons, mandarins, oranges or grapefruit. My favorite sea salt: http://amzn.to/2nMjX0c My favorite fermenting jar covers: http://amzn.to/2mZHtbv My favorite Rolling Pin: http://amzn.to/2o0WvwR My favorite Pickling/Fermenting Jars: http://amzn.to/2or9VmC My favorite Jars to store Spices: http://amzn.to/2oqMY39 Please let it ferment for at least a month. Cooler weather is ideal for fermenting. If you have any other tips or recipes, please let us know in the comments below!
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A Better Way To: Preserve Raw Tomatoes (Conserva Cruda Di Pomodoro) Part I  |  Fresh P
Preserving raw tomatoes using wild fermentation has been used for hundreds of years throughout Italy. The Italians call this method of preserving raw tomatoes, Conserva Cruda Di Pomodoro. The yield is 8:1. Subscribe to FRESH PRINCESS!: http://goo.gl/3tcyi Preserve Raw Tomatoes (Conserva Cruda Di Pomodoro) Part II: http://youtu.be/b_ILIg4rEXY Basic tomato sauce recipe: https://youtu.be/7R6gyfhPyuA INGREDIENTS Fresh tomatoes, washed and trimmed 25-30% sea salt (finished weight) DIRECTIONS Place your tomatoes into a large bin and squees them until they are well crushed. Cover the bin with cheese cloth or a cotton dish towel and secure with twine. Stir twice daily. You’ll begin to see signs of fermentation after 12-24 hours. Eventually a mold will form on the top, stir this in TWICE DAILY. The molds are integral to the preservation process. After 4 or 5 days fermentation will cease. Run the tomatoes through a food mill or blender to remove peels and seeds. Strain the pulp into a cotton bag or 4 layers of cheesecloth tied at the corners. Hang to drip liquid for 1 day. If the bag becomes covered with mold, ‘shave’ it off with a spoon and discard. Retie the bag and press it between two clean and dry boards, weighting evenly. Press it for a few days until the paste has the consistency of a firm dough. Mix in 20-30% salt. After a few hours knead the dough to distribute the salt. The preserves are traditionally stored in small crocks on the counter. The concentrate is added to vegetables, soups, beans and grains as a flavor enhancer. Here's an interesting article detailing the process, but what I found interesting is they attempted the same process with non acidic foods, which is why they failed. This technique works in an acidic environment. http://nordicfoodlab.org/blog/2012/10/conserva-cruda ITEMS USED The book: http://goo.gl/oieOFI Real Salt: http://goo.gl/b8tYk0 My Chef’s Knife: http://goo.gl/KZbCkP 1 and 2 gallon apothecary jars: http://goo.gl/0c9n9J Cheese cloth: http://goo.gl/dq60j7 Cotton twine: http://goo.gl/AngfKs Butcher block: http://goo.gl/oYFqzf Block conditioner: http://goo.gl/Ts2mWY Chinois: http://goo.gl/aCPtLa Cotton produce/nut milk bags: http://goo.gl/nGhrs8 The cutest way to keep your paste: http://goo.gl/u7175b MORE LINKS For more Fresh P: http://goo.gl/md68WTl Facebook: https://goo.gl/KrScu5 Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/freshpcooks/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/freshprincesscooks/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/CorrinCPhillips Tumblr: freshpcooks.tumblr.com MUSIC C Major Prelude by Bach
How-To Dry Age Beef at Home - 42 Day Aged Ribeye
I show a simple technique for dry-aging beef at home. All you need is salt, a casserole dish, and roasting rack. I age some USDA Prime Ribeye Roast for 42 Days (6 weeks), then I grill up one of the aged steaks and give you an idea of how wonderful this process is. Items used in this video: Wusthof Classic 8-Inch Cook's Knife http://amzn.to/1uGybOB Canon VIXIA HF G30 HD Camcorder http://amzn.to/1Hzvci0 Sherpa Pink Gourmet Himalayan Salt 5 Lbs Medium Grain http://amzn.to/15Jp71w Nonstick Roasting Rack, 14 by 12.25-Inch http://amzn.to/1GPKP4o Pyrex 4.8 Quart Baking Dish http://amzn.to/1BYO3zB Lobel's Butcher Knife http://www.lobels.com/store/item/lobels-butchers-knives.htm Music: "Nile's Blues" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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Gwadar Fish Preservation | Oldest methods of preserving food |
Salted fish and dried is traditional method us in Gwadar, in which the is fish cured with dry salt and thus preserved for later eating. When people have no facility of cold storage and transportation, they cured the fish with salt to preserve it to able to send it to another place or use it in off season. Still in some areas the people like the test of slated fish very much and the buy fish from jetty on order. Then they put salt on it and leave it for two days for become dry. In this video, we share you the process of fish preservation and it's benefits as well. Please subscribe our channel for more videos from Balochistan. https://goo.gl/DWNaze
Beauty Haul 2016 | Lush, Sephora, Ulta, & Mac!
Hey guys!!! Today is going to be a beauty haul from Lush, Sephora, Ulta, and Mac. I hope you guys enjoy and thanks for watching!!!(: Products Mentioned: Lush- Ocean Salt (Self Preserving)- http://www.lushusa.com/Ocean-Salt---Self-Preserving/9999905234,en_US,pd.html Mask of Magnaminty- http://www.lushusa.com/Mask-of-Magnaminty---Self-Preserving/9999905177,en_US,pd.html The Experimenter Bath Bomb- http://www.lushusa.com/The-Experimenter/05996,en_US,pd.html Brightside Bubble Bar-http://www.lushusa.com/Brightside/9999903846,en_US,pd.html Outback Mate Soap- http://www.lushusa.com/Outback-Mate/06057,en_US,pd.html Sea Vegetable Soap- http://www.lushusa.com/Sea-Vegetable/00079,en_US,pd.html Sephora- Hourglass Mineral Veil Primer-http://www.sephora.com/veil-mineral-primer-P210575?keyword=Hourglass%20Mineral%20Veil%20Primer&skuId=1074442&_requestid=84206 Josie Maran 100% Pure Argan Oil- http://www.sephora.com/100-percent-pure-argan-oil-P218700?skuId=1121797&icid2=products%20grid:p218700 Ulta- Redken Beach Envy Volume- http://www.ulta.com/beach-envy-volume-texturizing-shampoo?productId=xlsImpprod13831001 Bedhead Tigi Damage Level 2 Recovery Conditioner- http://www.ulta.com/bed-head-urban-antidotes-recovery-conditioner?productId=xlsImpprod4750065 Redken Extreme Conditioner-http://www.ulta.com/extreme-conditioner?productId=xlsImpprod3100033 Olivia Garden Paddle Brush- http://www.ulta.com/ceramic-ion-supreme-combo-oval-cushioned-paddle-brush?productId=xlsImpprod481702 Mac- Prep and Prime Highlighter Pen-https://www.maccosmetics.com/product/13825/15746/Products/Skincare/Primers/Prep-Prime-Highlighter For business inquiries, please contact me at [email protected] Follow me on Social Media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/LaurenRosee11 Tumblr: https://www.tumblr.com/blog/laurenrose111 Instagram: https://instagram.com/laurennnrosee/ Snap Chat: Lauren Rose/ Lauren_n123 Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/laurenneves123/
Views: 722 Lauren Rose
Pink Himalayan Salt and Why It's a Better Option
Pink Himalayan salt is a relatively new type of rock salt alternative to table salt varieties, gaining only recent popularity in the last decade or so. Sometimes called "pink salt", "crystal salt" or Himalayan sea salt, it is made from ancient salt deposits that have been preserved within the earth for millions of years. Most brands originate from the foothill regions of northern Pakistan, an area along the Salt Range where deep sedimentary salts are located. Considered one of the purest forms of salt available, unexposed to environment pollutants, it is commonly used today as a finely ground salt, but larger crystals or coarse pebbles can also be used as a salt water solution or "sole." Pink Himalayan Salt Page: https://www.superfoodevolution.com/pink-himalayan-salt.html Recommended Pink Himalayan Salt Suppliers: Earth Circle Organics, Himalayan Pink Salt, Fine, 1lb - https://goo.gl/QNkjQL Earth Circle Organics, Himalayan Coarse Salt Crystals, 1lb - https://goo.gl/iqac9V Natierra Himalania, Fine Himalayan Pink Salt Shaker, 6oz - https://goo.gl/bKH6DK Natierra Himalania, Coarse Pink Salt, Grinder, 3oz - https://goo.gl/FBg3Mp Foods Alive, Himalayan Pink Salt, Fine, 14oz - https://goo.gl/S12k3t Sunfood Superfoods, Himalayan Pink, Fine, 1lb - https://goo.gl/Pr1gdA Mountain Rose Herbs, Himalayan Pink Salt, Coarse, 1oz-1lb - https://goo.gl/R1EDWd Frontier Natural Products, Pink Salt Himalayan, Fine, 4.48oz - https://goo.gl/MpSX2K Black Tai Salt Co. Brand Himalayan Pink Salt Crystals, 1-2" Chunks, 2lbs - https://goo.gl/FcwSgy Additional Sourced Info: Himalayan Pink Salt Mineral Analysis: https://goo.gl/gk1Z6s FDA Lowering Salt in Your Diet: https://goo.gl/zfF3rS American Heart Association, How much sodium should I eat per day?: https://goo.gl/NLK6JY All information is for educational purposes only and is the personal view of the author; not intended as medical advice, diagnosis or prescription. This information has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to cure or prevent any disease.
Views: 109484 SuperfoodEvolution
Lacto-Fermentation: Homemade Fermented Veggies
This is one of the easiest DIY kitchen projects ever! Fermenting your own veggies at home is easy, as long as you have salt, water, and a mason jar with a tight-fitting lid! Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/22LGXK7 About Lacto-Fermentation: The act of lacto-fermentation enhances the vegetables digestibility and improves the nutrient profile. It is called 'Lacto' fermentation, not because of any presence of lactose, but rather, the production of 'lactic acid', which helps preserve the veggies, promotes healthy gut flora, and produces enzymes as well as numerous other beneficial organisms, resulting in an improved digestive system, and overall health. What you NEED: Water, salt, and a jar with a tight-fitting lid. From there, the sky is the limit as far as what veggies and spices you want to include. The ideal water-salt ratio: Use 2 cups of water to 1 1/2 Tbsp sea salt. In the example in this video, I used 4 cups water, 3 Tbsp sea salt. Instructions: Combine your washed veggies (organic preferred) in the mason jar, along with the spices, and then pour in the saltwater mixture until veggies are covered. Seal the jar with an airtight lid, and keep at ROOM TEMPERATURE for 3 days. Your lacto-fermentation process is now complete. You will have to store the jar in a cool place now (fridge or cold cellar). Recipe used in this video: - 1 large handful green beans - 4 medium-sized carrots - 2 small yellow onions - 1/2 tsp red chili flakes - 4 cups water - 3 Tbsp sea salt Find us: http://facebook.com/fitfortwotv http://twitter.com/fitfortwo http://Instagram.com/fitfortwotv http://Instagram.com/inyogamama About us: Our mission is to inspire others to lead happy and healthy lives through plant-based health, recipes, DIY home-workouts, yoga, and more! We're Marta and Brock, happily married new parents, and bring you a fun and simple approach to fitness, weight-loss, and nutrition through our knowledge, experiences and continued journey. Tune in for creative home and outdoor workouts, health and exercise tips, interviews, and organic gluten-free plant-based recipes (raw and/or cooked) for health and fitness newbies and enthusiasts! Occasionally you can win some cool stuff too :) Intro Music Composer: Alex Khaskin from Musicloops.com We are crazy dog people. If you are too, or just looking to smile, follow the adventures of our puggles, Buf and Henry.
Views: 54610 fitfortwotv
Moroccan Spiced Grilled Chicken Kebabs with Quick “Preserved” Lemons
A blend of Moroccan herbs and spices dress up your drab chicken for your next summer cook-out. We also find a shortcut to an age-old preservation technique off preserving lemons. Salts used: Kosher Salt for preserving the lemons and Fine Sea Salt for the grilled chicken. Full recipe: https://www.mortonsalt.com/recipe/moroccan-spiced-grilled-chicken-kebabs-with-quick-preserved-lemons/
Views: 1046 Morton Salt

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