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Cover cucumbers with ... pickling spices and dill in the bottom ... Do not stir pickles and make sure they are always covered with brine. If necessary, ... as the original recipe.
Soak medium size cucumbers 24 hours in brine. Remove from ... pickling spices and dill. Let mixture ... bring to a boil. Pour over cucumbers in jar and seal.
Wash cucumbers; drain. Cover with the 5% brine. Let set ... seed, garlic, and dill to each jar; ... processing time as soon as water returns to boiling.
Put dill, sliced onion, ... size or larger pickles lengthwise. Pack pickles ... pickles until pickles turn dull green. Water should not boil, just very hot.
Wash cucumbers; cut ... Divide red pepper, dill, garlic, pickling ... into jars. Combine brine ingredients in 4 ... hours before serving. Pickles will keep up ... refrigerator. 2 quarts pickles.
1/4 teaspoon per ... Bring first 4 ingredients to a boil and keep boiling while pouring over pickles. Add garlic, onion, dill and alum. Seal right away.
Wash, scrub, drain cucumbers. Cover with brine, let sit ... seed, garlic and dill to each jar. ... leaving sediment. Add 1 tablespoon vinegar per gallon.
Wash cucumbers thoroughly; ... the 2 gallons brine. Let set ... Add mustard seed, dill and garlic to ... lids. Process accordingly. Makes about 7 quarts.
Wash and pack pickles in 8 quart jars, for each jar, put the above ingredients. Bring to rolling boil. Pour over pickles and seal.
Wash and cut ... sprig of fresh dill; add 1 ... leaks. Add more brine, if needed. Store in ... or refrigerate for 2 weeks until done. Makes 6 to 8 jars.
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