Morton Ice Cream Salt, 4 lb
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- Rock salt for ice cream and cooking
Warning Text: Notice: the use of salt for melting ice And snow may induce or accelerate damage to certain concrete surfaces. To help minimize surface damage, use only enough salt to melt the snow or loosen the ice, then promptly remove the slush formed.
Instructions: For fast cooling: sprinkle morton ice cream salt liberally over ice in which beverages (cans or bottles) or watermelon have been placed. This will result in more rapid cooling at lower temperatures that is possible with ice alone. For melting ice & snow: sprinkle morton ice cream salt on steps, sidewalks And driveways for fast melting. For making ice cream: mix 1 part morton ice cream salt with 8 parts crushed ice. Fill freezer tub with this mixture well above the line of the ice cream mix in the cream container. Turn crank slowly, increasing speed as the mixture begins to freeze. Ice cream will freeze in approximately 15 minutes. Ices And sherbets require somewhat longer. To complete freezing process, drain off brine from freezer tub And pack tub with a mixture of 3 parts ice to 1 part salt. Let stand for at least 30 minutes before serving.
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- It is 100% edible, I took the time to call Morton and when "reading between the lines" I realized that they do not want to compete with their Kosher Coarse Salt (which is a lot more expensive) so they say that the Ice Cream Salt is not for consumption otherwise they would stop selling the "expensive salt" but "Sodium Chloride" is nothing other than SALT (table or otherwise)by Telomostro3/30/2016Was this answer helpful? (6) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- It is NOT edible. The product description says that it is Not intended for consumption.by vgb167/30/2015Was this answer helpful? (2) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- Morton's website warns it is "not intended for consumption." Too many impurities.by Ovaltine3/30/2016Was this answer helpful? (2) (0)Was this answer helpful?