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Use only freshly ... uses a pickling brine and fermentation process ... to crisp the pickles. Wash jars. ... boils vigorously, lower heat to maintain a ... in cooperation with the USDA

Heat water, vinegar, salt, ... Pour over small pickles or quartered cucumbers. ... 3 days, pour brine, heat to ... cover with brine and seal with hot lids.

Have freshly picked ... clean, sterile jars. Heat brine to boiling, put ... is fine. Let pickles stand about 6 ... refrigerator until you make the next batch.

Soak cucumbers, cut ... hours in a brine made of 1 ... and take from heat. Into each ... and pour over pickles. Seal. Water ... water has returned to a boil.

Wash cucumbers thoroughly. ... hours covered in brine made of 1 ... remove kettle from heat. Place 2 ... immediately. Process 20 minutes in boiling-water bath.

Scrub cucumbers with ... to boil. While brine is heating, pack ... wash and dry. Refrigerate at least a week before serving. They keep for a month or more.

Wash and dry ... 24 hours. In brine made of 1 ... Place on high heat, bring to ... cucumbers to where there is 1/2" left on top of jar. Seal. Yield: 4 quarts.

Melt brine of a proportion ... over the drained pickles. On the ... discard alum water. Heat 6 cups vinegar, ... of jar with boiling liquid. Seal at once.

Stir well and heat until water boils. Turn heat off and let cool. Add 1/2 cup vinegar and stir. Put over cucumbers in jar and seal.

Wash zucchini and ... in a saucepan. Heat to boiling. Pour hot brine over the zucchini ... garlic. Adjust lids. Process 10 minutes. Yields about 4 pints.

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