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Pour boiling water over sliced cucumbers and let stand 3 hours. Prepare canning jars and lids according to directions for sterilization. Drain ...
Soak these in salt water overnight (1/2 cup salt to 2 quarts water). Drain. Cook these in boiling water until tender; drain well. Mix soaked and ...
Cube and soak ... tender: Make syrup of: Add green ... used in the soaking.) Process in a boiling water bath canner for 10 minutes pints, 15 minutes quarts.
Bring the vinegar, ... in a pot of boiling water for ... least 3 days before eating. The pickles can be stored, covered and refrigerated, for up to 1 month.
Cut all in that you desire. Put first 4 in salt water overnight, then drain. Cook rest, until barely tender, then drain. Mix all together and let ...
Use heaping cups of all ingredients. Combine ... Pack into hot sterilized jars. Adjust caps. Process 10 minutes in boiling water bath. Makes about 4 pints.
Soak vegetables (except carrots) in salt water overnight (1/2 cup salt to 2 quarts water). Drain. Cook carrots in boiling water until tender, drain. ...
All vegetables are ... to 2 quarts of water. Cook carrots, ... boil 10 minutes. Put in jars and into hot water bath for 5 minutes after it starts to boil.
Use any cooked vegetables you want pickled, like onions, peppers, carrots, cucumbers (don't need to be cooked), cauliflower, cabbage. Mix 2 ...
Combine cucumbers, peppers, cabbage, onions and tomatoes in large container. Soak in salt brine, 1/2 cup salt to 2 quarts cold water, overnight. ...
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