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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.
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 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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
Boil brine. Pour over cucumbers in a gallon jar. Make sure cover is tight leave in sun 4 to 5 days. Refrigerate and ready to eat.
Wash cucumbers and ... jar along with dill and garlic. Mix above ingredients together. Pour over cucumbers. Set in sun for a day or so. Chill and enjoy.
Pack cucumber, small on bottom. Alternate with dill and garlic. Boil and pour over cucumbers and tighten. Set in sun 5 days.
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