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Put dill and onion in bottom of 3 quart jars. Add cucumbers. Bring to boil. Pour over the cukes in the jars. Seal. Ready to eat in 2 weeks.
Put the following in quart jars:
Soak freshly picked ... cucumbers or the pickles will be rubbery). ... several sprigs of dill, one clove of garlic ... Boil the 2 quarts water, 2 quarts ... the pickles to mellow.
Use only freshly ... to crisp the pickles. Wash jars. ... handles, or load one jar at a ... sugar, and 2 quarts of water. Add ... heads of fresh dill per pint. Cover ... in cooperation with the USDA
Boil a large ... sterilized jar with dill. Bring vinegar ... 24 hours. Store pickles in a cool, ... longer time, store in refrigerator. Makes 1 quart jar.
Bring vinegar, water and salt to a boil. Wash cucumbers well in running cold water. Discard any with bruised skins. Wash and sterilize jars and rings ...
In large kettle ... 3 hot, sterilized quart jars. Place 1 tablespoon dill seed (or 3 ... water). Remove jars. Set jars upright, several inches apart to cool.
Mix salt, alum, ... cool. Wash cucumber pickles. To Pack ... bottom. Pack pickles, dill, and garlic ... refrigerated. Cloudy days do not affect process!
Boil water, vinegar ... add alum, garlic, dill and pickles. Pour hot ... pickles and seal. Set into a boiler of very hot water and leave until water is cold.
Crunch a crisp dill pickle with a ... each clean, hot quart jar. Pack in ... best to do one jar at a ... boiling water bath 20 minutes. Yield: About 4 quarts.
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