Nearly free, nearly homemade pickles. My wonderful mother-in-law, Lavon, gave me two cucumbers from her garden. Forgetting these were not genetically mutated supermarket cucumbers, I put them in the crisper drawer and forgot about them for a couple days. When I went to slice them up for lunch, I saw that they were getting a little soft. I didn't want them to go to waste, so I made nearly free pickles.
Great ideas. Thanks
We'll try it.
thanks for the post!
Hi, sounds great, also hard boiled eggs left in the pickle juice for a few days are really good. Thanks!
That is a great idea!
Thanks for more ideas! I buy pickles sweetened with Splenda, save the juice, and pour a can of drained beets (your favorite kind, sliced, whole baby beets, or chunks) and I have an expensive jar of beet pickles! I recycle that when it is empty by adding more juice to that same jar and another can of beets. I just kinda keep it going and sometimes add a little white vinegar and Sweet and Low to fill it up again.
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