|The Book of Yields, 5th Edition|
|by Francis T. Lynch|
"The Book of Yields" is a comprehensive collection of accurate food measurements: weight-to-volume equivalents, trim yields and cooking yields for...
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Combine all ingredients. Cover in jars for one week. Keep in refrigerator for one month.
Soak cucumbers and onions in cold water with the 1/2 cup salt at least 3 hours. Drain well. Place in containers (can be plastic) with tight covers. ...
In a saucepan, combine sugar, vinegar, water and salt. Bring to a boil and boil 1 minute. In a large nonmetallic container, combine cucumbers, onion ...
Mix salt with ... sugar dissolves; drain pickles well and put ... with brine. Put in refrigerator and let stand 2 weeks before using. Good for 6 months.
Heat brine ingredients ... over 1 gallon thin sliced pickles. Shake well, one at a time, each day for 10 days. Keep refrigerated until all eaten. Delicious.
Put vegetables into ... will fit your refrigerator. Combine sugar, ... jar from cracking. Should be ready to eat the next day. Keep pickles refrigerated.
Select young firm ... Cover nd cool. Refrigerate one week before using. Pickles may also be processed if you wish to keep them longer. Makes 3-4 pints.
Boil. Pour over pickles packed with dill. Can be put in large jar. Good in 3 days. Place in hot water bath if you wish to store for later use instead.
Slice cucumbers into ... Onions should start to look transparent. Put back into gallon jar with lid, leave cool. Store in refrigerator 2 days before eating.
Combine sugar, vinegar, water and salt. Bring to a boil for 1 minute. Pour over sliced cucumbers and onions. Add dill. Ladle into jars. Cool and ...
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