|The Organic Baby and Toddler Cookbook|
|by Tanyia Maxted-Frost|
A comprehensive but easy-to-follow nutrition guide for babies from weaning to toddlerhood (four to six months to three years old).
Tip: Try chunk pickles for more results.
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Drain off all ... celery, peppers and pickles into bite size ... kept up to a week. Excellent for a B.B.Q. party - however, warn guests that this is hot!
Mix above and ... before adding syrup. Boil 3 minutes; cool. Add: 1 tsp. alum Pour over cucumbers; mix well. Refrigerate. Keeps a long time in refrigerator.
Place pickles in jar. Dissolve ... pour over pickle chunks. Let stand ... preparation is complete. Place in gallon jar, refrigerate. Can be used after 2 months.
Cut cucumbers into ... into 1 inch chunks. Trim cauliflower ... brine to cover vegetables, use 1 cup vinegar to 1 cup sugar and mix in 1 tablespoon salt.
Drain liquid from pickles and reserve. Cut pickles in one inch chunks and return to ... dissolved. Put in refrigerator. Shake once ... time. They keep refrigerated.
Drain the pickles in a colander, ... in 1/2 inch chunks, and pack ... covered, in the refrigerator, for 7 ... before eating. Keep the pickles refrigerated.
Cut cucumbers in ... into 1 inch chunks. Trim cauliflower ... salt until blended. Pour over vegetables; cover and refrigerate for 24 hours before serving.
Drain first 6 ... and place in refrigerator container. Over this ... being unpleasantly sour. Cover tightly, refrigerate and chill for 6 hours or overnight.
Drain pineapple, divide and put into two refrigerator dishes. Combine sugar, ... Pour over pineapple chunks in the refrigerator ... of the stick cinnamon.
Drain pineapple, divide, and put into two refrigerator dishes. Combine sugar, ... other. Pour over chunks in dishes. Let ... used instead of stick cinnamon.
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