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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 ...

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 ...

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. ...

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.

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 heaping cups of all ingredients. Combine ... Pack into hot sterilized jars. Adjust caps. Process 10 minutes in boiling water bath. Makes about 4 pints.

Combine cucumbers, peppers, cabbage, onions and tomatoes in large container. Soak in salt brine, 1/2 cup salt to 2 quarts cold water, overnight. ...

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.

Use any cooked vegetables you want pickled, like onions, peppers, carrots, cucumbers (don't need to be cooked), cauliflower, cabbage. Mix 2 ...

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