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Pickle Recipes

There are many different pickle recipes out there but they typically follow a similar set of instructions. The first thing you need to do is to get a large jar. You'll then pack it about ¾ full of cucumbers. Some people like to add whole cucumbers to the mix while others like to cut them up before they brine them. The choice is yours. If you plan to serve them whole, obviously you would not cut them. However, if you want the brine to really seep into the pickles you might choose to cut them first.

Your next step is to add your seasonings. This is where the pickle recipes begin to differ. The two standard ingredients that most recipes will include are dill and garlic. You will also want to add a brine mixture. It's best if you purchase a packet of this mixture from a site like This will ensure you're getting the tastiest pickles. You might also add pepper, if you're looking for a spicier pickle.

Next you will add even more cucumbers, until the jar is full. Again, you can add whole or cut up cucumbers. In fact, some people prefer to add some whole and some cut up. You might cut them into long pieces or short pieces to add to sandwiches. Once it is completely full of cucumbers the pickle recipes you're looking at will likely tell you to add water until all cucumbers are covered. Be careful not to add too much water or you'll have a mess on your hand.

Pickle recipes will then tell you to close the lid tightly and shake the jar 7 or 8 times. This allows the brine and spice mixture to evenly distribute throughout the water and gives you the best pickle flavor throughout all of your pickles. You'll leave the jar out at room temperature and in about one week you'll be ready to tasty your pickles. Simply open that jar up, grab a pickle out and take a bite. Most people are shocked at just how good and fresh home made pickles are.

As you can see, making pickles at home isn't difficult at all. You just need to find the right pickle recipes for your needs. Most recipes will call for a brine mixture that is specially seasoned for pickles, such as that found at Once you have your pickles on hand, you'll have a convenient, fast and easy snack that you can grab at any time. When you start to get low, just grab yourself another jar, some more cucumbers and repeat the process.






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