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Alum powder is a crystalline powder that is most commonly used in pickling; it keeps pickles firm and crispy.
THIS ALUM WILL NOT GROW CRYSTALS.
Alum powder is often used to firm and crispen pickles by letting them soak in a sealed brine solution of water, vinegar, salt, spices, and alum powder for several weeks. Cucumbers should be pickled at the peak of freshness because they will become soft after a few days. Use up to 1/4 teaspoon of alum per pint of solution.
Alum's tissue-shrinking properties gave it a starring role in multiple episodes of the cartoon Looney Tunes in which alum was shown to comically shrink the characters' heads and pucker up lips.
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Laura, Breaux Bridge, LA July 16, 2011
“Thank you so much for you quick and inexpensive service. We have been looking for Alum powder in this area and have not been able to find any in as large of a quantity as you offer. We appreciate your service and look forward to ordering with you in the future.”
steve, linden, tn July 15, 2011
“received my order. thank you.”
Julianna, PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania July 7, 2011
“Once again you have come through in the nick of time My order came the NEXT day. WOW!. Your products are WONDERFUL! Thank you for being a business that lives up to your word.”
Tim, Red Bank, New Jersey July 1, 2011
“This was pretty crazy. I only stumbled on this site by luck, trying to find Alum. I figured it'd be easy since it used to be in all the cupboards from Tom & Jerry cartoons, but no one has ever heard of it. That aside, I'm impressed by the product line. I got my order in ONE DAY and I love the little cartoon nuts on the box arguing over which side to open first. This is a really great operation.”
Brtty June 9, 2011
“Thank you! I have already got my Pickles in the crock! Betty”
Helen, Phoenix, AZ May 20, 2011
“u r right! your shipment of Alum came as expected. I am from the south so we not only do pickles but use the product to keep creepy crawlers away. Thanks again! Helen”
Hoyt May 5, 2011
“My six pounds of alum arrived in four business days after ordering and in excellent condition. I was very pleased with the over all transaction and will use this company again. ”
Mary, San Francisco, CA May 4, 2011
“Hmmmm just what I wanted Alum and dried Ginger. The box took a beating but everything inside was perfect. I'll order again.”
Elizabeth, MI April 29, 2011
“I ordered alum and cream of tartar for dyeing wool and it's so great to find a place that sells it in greater quantities than 2oz. and so reasonably priced!!! Super quick shipping, great stuff.”
Judy, PA April 23, 2011
“Wow!! Talk about great and speedy service...no store will ever top it. And, the dried strawberries are sooooo yummy. I just have to buy more. :)”
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Donna, Edmond, OK August 27, 2014
“Alum was impossible for me to find. I use this for a recipe for Sweet Irish Pickles...THANK YOU for carrying it! I exhaused all my avenues, including pharmacies here in Oklhaoma. NO one had Alum. I got puzzled looks and the comment= " Ihave never heard of it"”
Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Store at room temperature for up to 1 year.
Country of Origin: United States
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