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For Wayfaring Stranger - Various - The Natural Way - Quick Lunch reasons, I need to prepare the vast majority of food salt-free. Been doing this since the 80's, Scotty’s Floored - Michael Giacchino - Star Trek Into Darkness (Music From The Motion Picture) now we are very sensitive to any added salt in our food. This extends to, for instance, salting the water for boiling pasta or vegetables.
When I read about using a Mortar and Pestle, recipes often suggest adding a little salt to act as an abrasive. Clearly, from my family's point of view, that salt would not be desirable in the prepared dish. What can I use as an alternative, without changing the flavors too much. For example, sugar might work from the abrasive point of view, but would add sweetness where it wasn't expected.
Irrelevant, but someone will probably ask. Hence the salt-free regime. I've never heard of using salt as an abrasive with a Sixtoo - Duration and pestle. I might just use more of the spice in question and filter whats left. But if you were looking to use something as an abrasive you could try whole versions of whatever spices you are already using cardamom, coriander, mustard, etc.
Or for a generic option, peppercorn seeds. A bit of pepper doesnt hurt even when you think it might eg baking. I have an unpolished granite pestle and mortar: they're much cheaper than the polished granite ones and are much more abrasive then a wooden or ceramic one.
I almost never add salt when grinding, in a rough ceramic mortar with a pestle to match. It simply doesn't occur to me: I've been light on salt for ages, much more so since baby-led weaning.
So in many cases you can simply omit it, and maybe work a little harder. Most of what I grind is dry spices. Some, such as coriander, grind much better if toasted first - they're more brittle. This is a good idea anyway as a lot of spices release their flavour better this way. Starting with dried chillies helps a lot compared to fresh, if you grind chillies. The harder ingredients, like coriander and especially fenugreek will act to break up softer things. Sugar, however, is too soft to be much use.
Try NuSalt instead. It is potassium chloride KCL. It also works great for tight muscles or muscle spasms if you drink a lot of water and flush away electrolytes. Alternative to salt when using Mortar and Pestle With a bit more grinding it shouldn't be a problem. Wolfgang Wolfgang 2 8. I actually just used my pepper mill on coarse to add a little "grit" when the Pesto was not quite emulsifying. Worked The New Pollution - Beck - Odelay treat.
Fabby Fabby 5, 16 Calcium chloride tastes very salty though, so it would probably be quite unpleasant for someone unused to salty food. ChrisH That's why two solutions: it depends what the OP wants.
I use my mortar and pestle for small batches of wet ingredients too as it's easier to clean than the blender. Calcium chloride not only tastes salty, it gives vegetables an unpleasant firmness, and produces Ein Tag Im Herbst - Vittorio Del Monte mit seinem Tango-Orchester / Amiga Tango-Orchester - Ein Tag very Wayfaring Stranger - Various - The Natural Way - Quick Lunch odor when cooked.
I have foods which include it, and hated them, except for certain preparations such as tofu. Great answer, as the upvotes show. I've accepted a different one, simply because adding some pepper actually solved my problem. Chris H Wayfaring Stranger - Various - The Natural Way - Quick Lunch H Coors makes nice ceramic mortar and pestles.
Both the mortar inside and the pestle head are rough. The two parts are designed to have very nearly the same curvature, so grinding goes fast, withot any added abrasive. Mine's a ml Coors that I bought in grad school.
Still works great. Looking at Amazon, it looks like Coors porcelain division changed name to CoorsTek since the 's. Likely one of the best Mortar and pestles made. The unpolished mortar and pestle mentioned by Fabby are a much better solution than any chemical one. I don't believe that even in an inadequate mortar there's anything that wouldn't give in to a bit more elbow grease, but at least let the mortar texture help you.
You should be able to get equipment with a good helpful grain in most Mexican markets, where they are sold to people who really use them instead of as decoration. GeorgeM Yes, Coors sells to chemists, and they do Not want to add salt to anything they've spent 8 days synthesizing. A rough surfaced mortar with a rough surfaced pestle and a close fit between the curvature of the two surfaces is the cure here. If you buy a piece of polished marble at the local organic shop, you will probably end up frustrated.
As you say, the Mexican markets often sell decent sets. A bit coarse for my taste, but the rough surfaced pieces usually fit together right. WayfaringStranger The main market for Coors is chemists. In general, chemists are trying to obtain a very fine powder from small amounts of fairly brittle crystals. MartinBonner I use mine mostly for spices these days. A bit small, but it works quite well. The points I was try to make was that you want rough surfaces and a good fit between mortar and pestle.
When I check out the marble or onyx ones at the organic shops, they're usually smooth, with a poor fit. As George M mentioned the Mexican shops are a good source of well made, larger pairs. Some are smooth, while others are rough. Fabby 5, 16 Chloe Chloe 2 10 Fabby no, potassium chloride is KCl whereas NaCl is sodium chloride. Still I don't think this is a good answer. I've been out of the Chemical industry for a while and I'm getting confused by the weird English names again and only remember the Latin ones.
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I just dump it into my glass of water. And it tastes good. Tastes like coconut water. Pretty sure the poster who hates salt won't be eating much.
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