|Quantity Food Sanitation|
|by Karla Longree|
This book contains thorough scientific documentation on the problems and solutions for microbial contamination of quantity food and incorporates t...
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Sort freshly picked ... garlic, 2 heads dill and 1 whole ... recommendations are for pickles to be processed ... Claussen, Freeborn County Fair, Minnesota
Select firm fresh ... 1 head fresh dill, 2 to ... jars packed with pickles (about 20-30 medium ... cloud the brine or cause pickles to darken and shrivel.
Dissolve the sugar ... with onion and garlic slices. Pour vinegar over above and store in refrigerator, stir the pickles twice each day for 4 or 5 days.
Wash and dry cucumbers. Pack into hot sterilized jars. Place 1/2 of remaining ingredients into each of the jars. Fill jars with cold water, letting ...
Heat vinegar and sugar enough to dissolve sugar. Cool vinegar and sugar. Add seeds. Pour over pickles in jar. Wait 3 days before eating.
Soak cucumbers in ... Several bunches of dill. Bring to ... with solution. Put on cap. Screw band firmly tight. Process in boiling water bath 15 minutes.
Pack 5, 1 ... garlic and 2 sprigs of dill to each jar. Combine and bring to a boil, vinegar, water, salt and turmeric. Pour this over cucumbers, seal jars.
Wash cucumbers; let ... amount alum, garlic, dill and red pepper. ... heat to boiling, fill jars; put grape leaf in each jar; seal. Makes 6 to 8 quarts.
Choose crisp freshly ... to heat. Wash dill. Get ready ... pour over the pickles to fill the ... cool, dark place. They will be ready to eat in 3 or 4 weeks.
Wash the cucumbers. ... generous layer of dill, 1/2 to ... boiling water bath. Pickles will shrivel some after processing. They ... plump in sealed jar.
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