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PREPARING: Stir pickling salt into 10 cups boiling water; pour over ... liquid to boiling. WATER-BATH CANNING: Pack cucumbers ... boils). Makes 7 or 8 pints.
Put a thick ... 2 quarts hot water. Pour this ... observing color. When pickles have finished curing, ... a boiling water bath at 190°F for ... (212°F) for 10 minutes.
Peel small white ... 2 quarts boiling water (do not use ... a boiling water bath canner for 10 ... jars were filled to overflowing and the cap was put on.
Wash zucchini. Cut ... Cover with cold water. Let stand ... Process in hot water bath for 5 minutes. Remove from bath and let stand until cool. Makes 3 pints.
Fill balance of each jar with cold water. Seal tightly and place in water bath. Start water ... water boils, take out jars and turn lids tight, if necessary.
Wash cucumbers thoroughly, ... not boil or pickles will be mushy.) ... Process in boiling water bath for 5 minutes. ... upright on rack away from draft.
Slice unpeeled cucumbers ... Combine sugar, vinegar, water, salt and ... a boiling water bath canner for 10 ... year if processed in a boiling water bath.
These authentic old-fashioned style pickles have all the ... in vinegar and water and pour over ... a boiling water bath. Altitude Adjustment: ... pickles. Source: Adapted from USDA
Bring sugar, vinegar, and water to boil, let ... low boiling water bath. As peppers ... rings are dry before placing on jars, so there will be no rusting.
Wash cucumbers; cut ... salt, vinegar and water. Heat to ... in boiling water bath 10 minutes. For dill pickles, start to ... water bath. USE LEVEL MEASURES.
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