Dang it I am slow. I just put in an order for some vac bags. Guess I will just have to order more stuff.
Saw Encapsulated Salt at Walton's now, what is it used for?
Dave in AZ Military Veterans Sous Vide Canning Traeger Regular Contributors Power User last edited by
Hi, was browsing the Walton’s additives, saw what looks to be a new thing, Encapsulated Salt. From it’s description: 50 lb. bulk box of Encapsulated Salt. The encapsulation is made from Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil.
Just wondering what it’s use is? Must be a common need for someone to make the product. Only thing I could think of is adding salt to fresh sausages for flavor, but you DON’T want the salt to begin curing the meat. So maybe delicate chicken sausages? That’s my best guess, but there is probably like one common product shops sell that this is used for, as it is sold in bulk. Whatever it is, now I want to try using that and making some lol!
Really interesting though! Jonathon ?
Tex_77 Team Blue Power User Traeger Primo Grills PK Grills Canning Sous Vide Community Moderator last edited by
I believe the patty mixes contain encapsulated salt.
Dave in AZ Dont quote me on this yet, but I am fairly certain it has something to do with prerigor processing. We have a few customers Scimecas up in KC is the one I know for sure that do prerigor processing and that requires different formulations. I will try to find out more info tomorrow though!