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Bring brine to a boil. ... dill, 1 clove garlic and 1 red pepper. Pour boiling brine over pickles and seal with hot lids. Garlic and red pepper is optional.

Boil these three ingredients for the brine. Wash small ... they have been refrigerated for eating. This will make about 7 quarts of delicious dill pickles.

Wash and trim ... is dissolved and brine is boiling. Fill ... from top with brine. Seal with lids. Process in hot water bath for 5 minutes. Makes 6 pints.

Heat above ingredients ... cucumbers tightly. Pour brine over cucumbers and ... hot brine over cucumbers and seal jars, wait 2 months. Yield: 6 quarts.

Boil together. This brine is enough for ... Water bath only until colors of cucumbers change. Mild and different! Water bath: Hot water to cover sealed jars.

Pour brine over tomatoes. This makes enough brine for 6-7 quarts tomatoes. Add fresh dill if available. Ready to serve in six weeks.

Wash cucumbers and ... churn. Make a brine, using 2 cups canning salt and 1 ... success for making a good firm pickle is making them in small quantities.

Bring brine to boil. Sterilize ... until ready to use. Bring waterbath to boil before entering jars into the water. 3 1/2 times this recipe equals 7 quarts.

Wash and place ... pickles covered with brine solution and cure ... every few days. Garlic may be added after the eighth day. Allow to cure in a cool place.

Boil brine for 10 minutes. ... starts to boil. Put cucumbers in jars with some dill and 1 teaspoon pickling spice, if desired. Add brine and seal and process.

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