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Amounts used for tomatoes and vegetables can vary; use what you have or what you prefer. Wash tomatoes and other vegetables thoroughly. Remove any ...
Use small firm ... celery and one green pepper cut into ... vinegar, salt, and dill, and boil ... in 4-6 weeks. This amount of brine fills about 6 quarts.
Use firm small green tomatoes. Pack in ... Boil with the dill for 5 minutes. ... cap tightly. Process in boiling water bath for 15 minutes. Makes 6 quarts.
Use small firm green tomatoes. Pack into ... Boil with the dill for 5 minutes. ... will be ready to eat in 4-6 weeks. This amount of liquid fills 6 quarts.
Wash small to medium sized green tomatoes entirely green, ... leaves, 3 heads dill, small red ... vinegar, heated to boiling. Makes 6 quarts. Seal 3-4 weeks.
Use the smallest green tomatoes for these ... vinegar, salt and dill to taste. (Use ... immediately. The tomatoes will be ready to use in about 4 weeks.
Use small, firm green tomatoes. Pack into ... boil with the dill for 5 minutes. ... jars and seal immediately. These will be ready for use in 4 to 6 weeks.
Use firm, small green tomatoes, pack into ... boil with the dill for 5 minutes. ... the jars and seal at once. These will be ready for use in 4 to 6 weeks.
Boil water, vinegar, ... fill jars with green tomatoes. Into each ... peppers, 1 sprig dill, 1/8 teaspoon ... Store, upside down, for 6 to 8 weeks. 6 pints.
Use small firm green tomatoes. Pack in ... and salt. Boil with dill for 5 minutes. Pour hot brine over pickles in jars. Seal at once. Ready in 4-6 weeks.
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