Salting

[initiation ceremony] Saltings were festive ceremonies which, in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, initiated Cambridge and Oxford freshmen into the academic and social communities of their individual colleges. Humorous speeches by one or more sophisters (second- or third-year students) introduced first-year students to the assembled ...
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Salting

A method of preserving food in dry salt or a brine solution.
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salting

[n] - the act of adding salt to food
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Salting

Salt'ing noun 1. The act of sprinkling, impregnating, or furnishing, with salt. 2. A salt marsh.
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salting

noun the act of adding salt to food
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Salting

• (n.) The act of sprinkling, impregnating, or furnishing, with salt. • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Salt • (n.) A salt marsh.
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salting

organizing tactic employed by labour unions. To start the process, a union targets a nonunionized company and encourages some of its members to seek ...
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Salting

[confidence trick] In mineral exploration, salting is the process of adding gold or silver to an ore sample to change the value of the ore with intent to deceive, cheat or defraud any person. In the US state of Arizona it is a class 6 felony. A famous example of salting is the former Canadian gold company Bre-X, which salted its core drill ...
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Salting

Deliberate placing of decoy or dummy names in a list for the purpose of tracing list usage and delivery. See also Decoy and Dummy.
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salting

When salt is added during the cheesemaking process to draw out liquid, enhance flavors, and stave off pathogenic bacteria growth. Different types of cheese require salting at different stages of the production process.
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Salting

A step, prior to or following pressing, where cheese is dry-salted or immersed in brine.
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Salting

A step in the cheesemaking process requiring the addition of salt. Depending upon the cheese variety, salt can be added while the cheese is in curd form or rubbed on the cheese after it is pressed. Salt is used to help preserve cheese, as well as to enhance its flavor. Cheese also may be soaked in a salt solution, a process termed brining.
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Salting

[food] Salting is the preservation of food with dry edible salt. It is related to pickling (preparing food with brine, i.e. salty water). It is one of the oldest methods of preserving food, and two historically significant salt-cured foods are dried and salted cod (usually referred to as salt fish) and salt-cured meat. Vegetables such as ru...
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Salting

Refers to paid union organizers who apply for jobs with an employer for the purpose of organizing th
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Salting

The act of introducing metals or minerals into a deposit or samples, resulting in false assays done either by accident or with the intent of defrauding the public.
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