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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 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.
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.
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 in ... Boil with the dill for 5 minutes. ... cap tightly. Process in boiling water bath for 15 minutes. Makes 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.
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 ... 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 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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