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Pickle question

In Winnieab's recipe for Lacto-fermented pickles are the two tablespoons of seasalt suppose to be coarse or fine? Thanks!
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I ask because two Tablespoons of fine would make it saltier than 2 of coarse.

asked by Lisaly about 2 years ago
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I would say fine because it will dissolve more easily. But either is probably OK.

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Thanks, fine salt would be saltier than coarse which is what I'm trying to figure out.