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laerm | Dec 16, 201401:49 PM     16

Anyone know where to get curing salt in Brooklyn, preferably in the Carroll Gardens area? Esposito's and Paisano's were both like nope. The guy at Stinky rattled off a list of brands and said they had none of them (thanks for rubbing it in, dude).

Thanks very much...

EDIT:

I just found it at the most local source to me: Eagle Provisions on 5th Ave and 18th St has it (a Polish brand, so look for "sól peklowa"). It was 59 cents for 50g, so way cheaper than anywhere else and only a 20 minute walk for me. Furthermore, that place has a seriously legit beer selection, so I'll be back. Thanks all for your help.

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