Salt usually slows or stops the growth of bacteria and sometimes kills existing bacteria. Some strains of bacteria, such as Staphylococcus, have evolved to survive in salty environments. More »

Any chemical substance that kills bacteria or inhibits their growth is known as antibacterial. The chemical chlorine is an effective antibacterial agent that is used in solutions in household cleaners such as bleach. More »

Bleach is the suggested method for killing coliform bacteria, which seeps into wells from soil and surface water, according to PennState Extension. Testing water and follow-up prevention is recommended to keep coliform f... More »

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Some salt substitute brands include Morton, No Salt and Nu Salt. When products are salt-free, this means that potassium chloride has replaced all of the sodium. Salt substitutes are a seasoning alternative for individual... More »

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Salt, pepper, sage, red pepper and chile pepper are common among the spices found in a sausage seasoning. Additional spices typically included in sausage season include coriander, cumin, mace, garlic powder and onion pow... More »

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It's believed that turmeric may prevent or slow the rate of growth of some types of cancers, including tumors in the mouth, intestines, stomach, skin and breast, according to the American Cancer Society. As of 2015, clin... More »

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Traditional seasoning salt generally consists of salt, spices and pepper. In addition to traditional seasoning salt, other seasoning salt recipes include lemon pepper, rosemary garlic, celery salt, smoky ancho chili salt... More »

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