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Wash and dry ... placing in the brine. (Or use ... the sugar and salt are dissolved. Allow ... liberally with additional kosher or sea salt. ... paprika. Proceed to .
To make brine, combine water, ... Place 1/2 cup kosher salt in turkey cavity. ... to keep the turkey submerged under the brine and keep it all under 40°F.
In a gallon ... dill. For the brine, combine 3/4 ... 4 tablespoons of Kosher salt to each quart ... keep well until Christmas and are also fine after that.
Mix brine together. Do not ... above vegetables. Let stand overnight in refrigerator. Put in jar and refrigerate. Keeps for months. Can be eaten right away.
Fill hot jars with above ingredients. Keep jars warm in water bath. Pour boiling brine over pickles and seal. Makes 12 pints.
Place sliced cucumbers ... pan and sprinkle kosher salt on top. Let ... the ingredients of brine together. Pour over ... store in refrigerator or freezer.
Put some of ... Cut cucumbers into smaller pieces to fit into jar and fill jar. Add garlic. Pour brine over pickles. Refrigerate for 2 days before using.
Combine all ingredients ... to the boiling brine, then scoop ... quart of peeled garlic = 2 pints jars and 1 (1/2 pint) jar. 1 recipe = 12 (1/2 pint) jars.
Wash and cut ... overnight. Next day, check for leaks. Add more brine, if needed. Store in ... or refrigerate for 2 weeks until done. Makes 6 to 8 jars.
Wash cucumbers and soak in brine of salt water 4 hours ... hot water bath 5 minutes of actual boiling time. This brine is enough for 10 quarts of pickles.
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