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Pickle Recipe

Each pickle recipe is different but the process is typically the same. Your first step is to find a large jar. Any jar with a lid will do but many people like to purchase large jars just for this purpose, to ensure they have plenty of room for all the pickles they want. You'll want to fill your jar full about ¾ of the way with cucumbers. You might want to cut them up into smaller pieces or add them whole, or even a combination of the two. It's up to you.

Next you will add the seasonings that your pickle recipe calls for. The two basic ingredients are usually garlic and dill. You'll also want to add a brine seasoning like that found at www.dzpickles.com. This will give you the most flavor. Some people also choose to add pepper to their pickle mixture. If you like a little bit of spice, this might be a good idea for you. The spicier you want it, the more pepper you should add.

Once you have the mixtures dumped in, you'll add more cucumbers. This time you will fill the jar up with cucumbers. You'll follow your pickle recipe here, but it will usually tell you to add water at this point. You'll want to make sure that all of the cucumbers in the jar are completely covered by the water. However, you will also need to be careful that you don't overfill the jar with water as this can cause quite a mess.

Your pickle recipe should then instruct you to close the lid. Make sure that sell is on there tight, because you'll then need to shake the jar around 7 or 8 times. This allows the flavors in the spices you've added to mix within the pickle mixture and distribute evenly. Once it's thoroughly mixed you'll want to simply set it on the counter and wait a week. It should be stored at room temperature. After the week is up, unscrew that lid and try your pickles! You'll be able to enjoy them right away.

Making your own pickles at home is as simple as finding the right pickle recipe and finding the right combination of spices to add. Garlic and dill are your standard ingredients, but adding a brining agent like www.dzpickles.com is a great way to add tons of flavor as well. Now you'll have a healthy snack sitting right on your counter. Just grab and go whenever you're feeling hungry and in a hurry. Not only will you save money on pickles, your pickles will be much better than anything you could buy in the store.

 

 

 

 

 

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