|by Jennifer Joyce|
An easy-to-use and entertaining guide to making packed lunches fun, nutritious and delicious.
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In a 4 gallon crock with a lid, ... one of fresh dill leaves, stems and/or ... water or the pickles will not ferment ... leaving 1/4-inch headspace in jars.
Put half of dill in bottom of crock with garlic. Arrange ... down. They will be ready in 1 to 3 days, depending on how thoroughly pickled you want them.
Wash and place in crock; pickles, grape (or horseradish) leaves and dill. Boil together ... be added after the eighth day. Allow to cure in a cool place.
Use a 2 gallon crock (old fashioned kind). In it layer the pickles, dill and grapes to ... to weight them down into brine. Wait 5 to 6 days until ready.
Put a thick layer of fresh dill in bottom of crock. Add clean, ... observing color. When pickles have finished curing, ... water bath (212°F) for 10 minutes.
Place a bed ... on bottom of crock. Alternate layers of cucumbers, dill and garlic to ... is desirable to taste. Place left over pickles in refrigerator.
Spread some dill on bottom of 1 gallon jar. Fit in pickles and top with ... temperature overnight, then place jar in refrigerator. The pickles are ready to eat.
Place vinegar, water, ... place layer of dill, garlic, then ... 24-48 hours, depending on taste, remove dill and garlic from the jars. Keep refrigerated.
Start with grape leaves in bottom of crock. Layer with washed cucumbers, dill, and grape ... basement. After two weeks start checking to see if they are ready.
Cover with ice ... Place: Lg. piece dill Cucumber in jars ... liquid mixture over pickles and place in ... jars upside down until cool. (This is important.)
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