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In pickling, a brine is a mixture ... pickles, rinse the vegetables off and soak in cold water for 24 hours, changing the water several times before using.
Fill jar with corn (sweet corn is best). Corn should be full but not hard cut off. Fill jar full but do not pack tight. Put salt, vinegar and sugar. ...
Pack cucumbers in jars; bring above to hard boil, about 5 minutes. Pour boiling hot over cucumbers and seal.
To assure a good pickling brine, put egg ... beans. To meet your pickling needs, use equal amounts of salt to water to increase or decrease this recipe.
Stir well and heat until water boils. Turn heat off and let cool. Add 1/2 cup vinegar and stir. Put over cucumbers in jar and seal.
Cover cucumbers with ... half of the pickling spices and dill ... always covered with brine. If necessary, ... the same proportions as the original recipe.
Put spices in ... peaches, beets, hard boil eggs, prunes and figs and apple rings. Just drop fruit in the brine and simmer for about 10 minutes, gently.
Cut fillets into ... put in salt brine for 48 hours. ... Add wine and pickling spice. Pour over ... at all times and kept refrigerated. Yields 3 quarts.
Wash cucumbers and ... next morning, drain brine. Bring brine ... Pack in sterilized jars and seal while hot. Process 10 minutes in boiling water bath.
Remove all fat ... inches long. Stir brine ingredients together (in ... Jerky should be dark on the outside, pliable, with no traces of pink on the inside.
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