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I think you can get it at Kalustyan's.
I'm sure you need it sooner than later but here's where I order such things.
hardlikearmour is a trusted home cook.
I vote you try the Meadow. They have curing salt, plus lots of other fabulous salts, chocolates, and other things.
I've seen it at Dean & Deluca in Soho and at random times at Trader Joe's in Brooklyn.
I came across this lady selling pink himalayan salt at the Union square market last december.
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hardlikearmour beat me to it. I was also going to suggest The Meadow.
Wow. atthe meadow! thanks HLA. This is a great resource.
Selmelier works at Meadow, a shop that specializes in salt.
Thanks Hardlikearmor! We do carry all curing salts at our shops in the West Village and in Portland: Prague Powder #1 (AKA Pink Salt, Instacure #1 or Sodium Nitrite) and Prague Powder #2 (AKA Instacure #2, Sodium Nitrate) and also Salt Petre. We have more than 100 salts to choose from, all told.
William Sonoma sells it for $9.95 for a 4 oz bottle, tax free cause it's food, and no shipping.
Just wanted to update this old thread with recent data...I just recently found curing salts (both prague powder #1 and #2) at Kalustyan's. What an amazing store!
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