|by Fred Czarra|
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In a 4 ... one of fresh dill leaves, stems and/or ... 1 oz. mixed pickling spices. Fill with ... 15 minutes (quarts) leaving 1/4-inch headspace in jars.
Bring ingredients for the pickling solution to a boil. ... and garlic and dill. Pour vinegar ... used, and ingredient amounts can be varied to your taste.
Put dill in bottom of ... in jars. Bring solution to a boil ... and pour over cucumbers. Heat jar caps in boiling water and seal jars. Ready in 8 weeks.
Amounts used for tomatoes and vegetables can vary; use what you have or what you prefer. Wash tomatoes and other vegetables thoroughly. Remove any ...
Wash thoroughly, use ... of 1 cup pickling salt and 8 ... Remove from brine solution, drain well. ... 1 bunch of dill. Put solution ... over tomatoes and seal.
Soak medium size ... dry. Make vinegar solution. Add pickling spices and dill. Let mixture ... and bring to a boil. Pour over cucumbers in jar and seal.
Prepare clean jars ... scrub cucumbers; wash dill and hot peppers; ... top. Bring mixture to boil and pour over cucumbers to below rim of jar. Seal good.
Soak dill size cucumbers overnight ... usually get cloudy and that's good. Tighten seals and put in cold room. Takes 4 to 6 weeks before they are ready.
Cut ends only ... bucket with brine solution. Let stand ... When ready to eat, dip and place in 1 quart jar and chill. Enjoy. Store bucket in cool place.
One gallon of ... cucumbers in First Solution about 20 minutes, ... Add sprig of dill to each jar ... pickles are simmering the 20 minutes.) Makes 6-8 pints.
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