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Insta Cure #2, 4 oz.

Insta Cure #2, 4 oz.


 
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A cure specifically formulated to be used for making dry cured products such as pepperoni, hard salami, genoa salami, proscuitti hams, dried farmers sausage, capicola and more. These are products that do not require cooking, smoking, or refrigeration. Insta Cure™ No. 2 can be compared to the time release capsules used for colds--the sodium nitrate breaks down to sodium nitrite and then to nitric oxide to cure the meat over an extended period of time. Some meats require curing for up to 6 months. InstaCure #2 contains salt, sodium nitrite (6.25%) and sodium nitrate (1%).

Use 1 level teaspoon per 5 lbs. of meat. 4 oz. of Insta Cure™ will process approximately 120 lbs. of meat.

Insta Cure #2

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March 29, 2019
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Works February 10, 2019
Reviewer: Michael Schiavone from Syracuse, NY United States  
Does what it is supposed to do.  Be aware there is a "best used by" date.  My last batch was unknowingly used past that date.  After 6 months the sausage started going bad.  I'm not 100% sure it was the insta cure but I will be making sure that I use it within the date going forward.

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December 26, 2018
Reviewer: George Albert from Dandury, CT United States  


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