|Pupus to da Max|
|by Ken Sakata|
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Mix (do not heat). Add to pickles, dill and garlic in gallon jug. Put in sun 2-3 days then refrigerate. Brine is enough for 1 gallon of pickles.
Put cucumbers in gallon jar with dill and garlic in ... and 1 teaspoon turmeric. Pour over cucumbers and set in sun for 3 days, then store in refrigerator.
Mix salt, alum, ... cool. Wash cucumber pickles. To Pack ... bottom. Pack pickles, dill, and garlic ... loosely. Set in sun for 3 days. ... do not affect process!
In a glass ... 3 heads of dill on top of ... cucumbers. Put dill on top, then put bread on top of dill. Set in sun for 3 days. Put in refrigerator. Keeps well.
Boil 2 cups ... garlic bud and dill. Pack cucumbers ... and set in sun for 9 days. ... or grape leaves may be omitted all together. Add dill as desired.
Mix all together and pour ... sliced or quartered cucumbers in a gallon jug. Set in sun 2 days then you can put into quart jar and store in refrigerator.
Place cucumbers in ... and a fresh dill sprig and one hot pepper. Pour hot liquid over cucumbers in jar and seal. Place jar out in direct sun for 7 days.
Wash cucumbers and fork frequently. Pack with dill (1 gallon pickles, 8 stalks ... vinegar. Fill jar with cold water. Shake vigorously. Place in sun for 5 days.
Put vinegar, pickling salt, alum, dill and garlic or ... set in bright sun for up to a ... sure lids are tight on jars before storing in cool, dry place.
Clean a gallon ... heads of fresh dill and another 4 ... outside the full 4 or 5 days. Put in refrigerator when done. Keeps in refrigerator for a long time.
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