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In a 4 ... one of fresh dill leaves, stems and/or ... gallons of filtered cold water (do not use ... water or the pickles will not ferment ... 1/4-inch headspace in jars.
Pack cucumbers in quart jars with dill, onion or ... cup of white vinegar. Fill jars with cold water, seal tight, shake well and put on shelf. All done!
In bottom of ... large spray of dill, 1 garlic ... to 14 cups cold water. Top each ... Seal jars and store in dark cool place for 4 to 6 weeks before using.
Fill jar with cold water. Seal. Shake jar to mix ingredients. Age 4-6 weeks.
Fill quart jar with cucumbers, add all ingredients to each jar. Fill jar with cold water and seal. Shake well. Ready in 3 or 4 weeks. Yield: 1 quart.
To each gallon: 1 tsp. powdered alum 1 tsp. cream of tartar Place cucumbers in gallon jars and fill with brine to within a 1/2 inch from the top. ...
Slice round steak ... a strip of pickle across the narrow ... plate, pour the water into the skillet ... red cabbage, boiled potatoes or spatzel. Serves 6.
Mix 1 1/3 ... 1 tablespoon of cold water at a time, ... flour. Stir in pickle liquid, milk, pickles ... Bake until crust is golden, about 5 more minutes.
Dissolve gelatin in cold water dissolved in heated ... or cottage cheese in middle if desired. This mold goes well anytime, Christmas or summer picnics.
Prepare 6 quart jars. Stuff 2 dill heads into each. ... pickling salt and cold water. Stir to ... over cucumbers and seal jars. Store for several months.
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