|by Wayne Gisslen|
Features the same clear, concise, and accurate explanations of techniques and recipes that have distinguished earlier editions.
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Fill a quart jar with pickles about the size ... jar in the sun each day until ... boiling water bath for 10 minutes, if desired; leave 1/4-inch headspace.
Bring brine to ... top and another slice of bread. Pour hot brine over top. Set in sun with a piece of foil under and another over top. Ready in 3 days.
Clean a gallon jar. Put in clean jar in order: May want to put some larger cucumbers on top to hold down smaller ones. On top of cucumbers put ...
Mix salt, alum, ... cool. Wash cucumber pickles. To Pack ... loosely. Set in sun for 3 days. Refrigerate. Keep refrigerated. Cloudy days do not affect process!
Wash and dry ... inch chunks. Pack pickles, add 2 ... over all. Add 2 slices rye bread and cover. Set outside in the sun for 3 days. Refrigerate and enjoy!
In a glass ... until dissolved. Pour over cucumbers. Put dill on top, then put bread on top of dill. Set in sun for 3 days. Put in refrigerator. Keeps well.
Take medium sized ... garlic. Boil brine, pour hot over cucumbers, dill and garlic. Put on the jar covers and place in the sun or 4 or 5 days. Ready to eat.
Fill with water and set in sun a little light, try and enjoy. They keep well in refrigerator a long time.
Wash cucumbers and ... dill (1 gallon pickles, 8 stalks ... cloves) and 1/2 cup vinegar. Fill jar with cold water. Shake vigorously. Place in sun for 5 days.
Boil 2 cups ... and set in sun for 9 days. ... leaf may be used to cover top of cucumbers or grape leaves may be omitted all together. Add dill as desired.
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