Fermentation and Color Change

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1 year 7 months ago #9618 by Aidan1986
Replied by Aidan1986 on topic Fermentation and Color Change
Hey mate,

Can I ask how much cure did you use?
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1 year 5 months ago #9679 by Aidan1986
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Jim wrote: There are of course no guarantees but after 72 hours you should be able to see a color change. If it were me I would still move it to the fridge and see if it will brighten in there. I would let it dry to 40-45% moisture loss and see what it looks like.
The end product should have a little tang to it and look good, if it doesn't have any tangy flavor, it will not be that good tasting anyway so you would not want to keep it.


Hi mate,

My cured chorizo didnt have a tang but it tastes and smells great. Does it require to have a tang in the taste? Is this an indicator of something?

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11 months 3 weeks ago #10068 by jackymltd
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I mixed the 1/8 tsp of culture in about 2 tbsp. distilled water and let it stand for 20 minutes or so and added it last after the dextrose, salt, cure and spices.

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