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I'm trying to recreate super salt which is a mixture of:

  • 90 parts NaCl
  • 10 parts Monosodium Glutamate
  • 1 part of disodium 5'-ribonucleotides (1 part disodium guanylate and 1 part disodium inosinate)

Anyhow this means that only 1% of final product is made of disodium 5'-ribonucleotides, which is usually a rounding error in my recipes. How could I make sure that I have an homogeneous mixture of the 3 ingredients?

Solutions I thought:

  • Mix them in an empty bottle and shake for 30 minutes
  • Die the disodium 5'-ribonucleotides and visually check that an homogeneous solution has been reached
  • Create a oil / water based slush? (I think it's a bad idea)

Is there a better approach I could use to achieve my desired result, without buying any expensive machinery?

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    $\begingroup$ Don't mix all at once. Take your minor component, add 10 parts of the rest, mix, then add the remaining 90 parts. $\endgroup$ May 22, 2023 at 14:13
  • $\begingroup$ As @IvanNeretin, use serial dilution, unless it's cereal dilution. $\endgroup$ May 23, 2023 at 17:44

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