|by Sherri Eldridge|
Taste the juicy sweetness of summer's luscious fruit in Peach Perfect. These lowfat favorites include warm Peach Yogurt Muffins, Baked Stuffed Pea...
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Make a brine ... and pour over pickles. Drain off ... pickles. Drain off sixth morning and add 1 cup sugar. Heat packed pickles in jars, pour over and seal hot.
Wash cucumbers and ... in brine 4 days. Drain and ... Let stand overnight. Drain and pack in sterilized jars. Heat liquid and pour over pickles. Seal jars.
Small - medium ... stand for 3 days, unsealed. Drain ... vinegar to pack. No need to process after sealing. This should make a very good pickle for you.
Peel cucumbers, cut out seed and slice or cut in spears. Soak in lime and one gallon water for 24 hours. Wash. Soak covered with ice water for 2 ...
Wash the cucumbers ... 24 hours. Next Day: Rinse cucumbers ... and put them into pint jars. Heat syrup to boiling and pour over chunks in jars. Seal jars.
Cover pickles with boiling water. ... Repeat 3 more days. On the ... Next day, bring to a boil and pack in hot sterilized jars and seal. Makes 5 to 7 pints.
Put cucumbers in ... Let stand 3 days. Then rinse ... pour back over pickles. 10th Day: Boil syrup medium thick, pack in clean jars, pour syrup over, scald.
Make brine of ... drain and split pickles. Cover again ... and boil 2 minutes. Pour over pickles. Reheat syrup add 1 cup sugar until 14 days have passed.
Cut 2 gallons ... 1 week. 8th day - Drain and ... sugar. Pour over pickles. 13th day ... pint jar. Seal. Makes approximately 12 pints. Everyone's favorite.
Soak whole cucumbers 14 days in salt brine ... a layer of pickles, a layer ... until all are used. These pickles do not have to be sealed, I leave in churn.
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