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Old August 8th, 2011, 09:17 PM   #1
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Anyone have any good pickle recipes? Ive found alot of them on the I-Webz, but Im looking for something close to the Vlasic taste...anyone have any recomendations?
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Old August 8th, 2011, 10:47 PM   #2
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Blackcherry koolaid dill pickles. take a gallon jar of sliced pickles pull out the pickles and use the juice to make blackcherry koolaid, put pickles back in and let them soak for a week. believe it or not they are GOOOOOD!!!!
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Wow, that seems...odd haha. But I have access to 2000 acres of Cucumbers so I might as well give it a shot.
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Dill pickle slices on a peanut butter sandwich. dont ask how i discovered it but its pretty good
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Cider vinegar, water, kosher salt, fresh dill, fresh garlic and I can't remember what the spice is to keep them crispy. I could look when I get home. I have no idea if they taste like Vlasic pickles or not because I don't eat them. Everyone always wants the recipe after eating them though. You can also add some chile's for spice.
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If you want crispy pickles, it's best not to process them. The recipe will be under refrigerator dills. Processing them makes it so you can store them on a shelf, but makes the pickles limp.
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If you want crispy pickles, it's best not to process them. The recipe will be under refrigerator dills. Processing them makes it so you can store them on a shelf, but makes the pickles limp.
Well thats never a good sign.
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ever have dilly beans? Up until last Saturday neither did I....they sound weird but I found them to be a culinary delight
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Old August 9th, 2011, 05:54 PM   #9
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Just leave the cucumber on the couch for a week.
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ever have dilly beans? Up until last Saturday neither did I....they sound weird but I found them to be a culinary delight
Wtf are those? Ive found a few recipes I am going to try, mostly refrigerator pickles cause they are easier. Also I dont feel like waiting 3 weeks to taste them.
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spicy pickled green beans...sounded gross, but man I will tell you they were a very tasty snack...I had a hard time stopping myself from eating them all
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Weird sounding, but I do like greenbeans, Ill have to find a recipe for those as well.
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they were fantastic...I want to make some as well
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Cider vinegar, water, kosher salt, fresh dill, fresh garlic and I can't remember what the spice is to keep them crispy. I could look when I get home. I have no idea if they taste like Vlasic pickles or not because I don't eat them. Everyone always wants the recipe after eating them though. You can also add some chile's for spice.
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Also cut off 1/16 to 1/8" off the blossom end fromt he cucumber, that end will make it mushy.

If you want vlassic taste, just make sure to you lots of good fresh dill, heads are better than stems, both work though.

I usually use just a sprig or two of dill, and about 1/3 head of garlic. I prefer white vinegar over cider, and no sugar added to the recipe. All depends on what you want, we prefer the deli style taste that doesn't really have much dill. We add black peppercorns, a little dash of crushed red pepper, mixed pickling spice, etc.

We always did spicy pickled green beans as a kid, they are good!
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This thread makes me hungry.
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My wife just got done doing 12 pints of dilly beans. She is doing refrigerator pickles tonight.
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