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  1. Kate @ Diethood

    I hate those rude comments… how rude! 🙂 My little one is dealing with Croup, too…I hate flu season.

    I pickled almost everything that came out of my garden… my green tomatoes are sitting on the counter waiting to be stuffed in a jar. 🙂

  2. Teresa

    I am up to my eyeballs in veggies from my garden right now and my fam loves everything I can. Can I water bath these to seal the lids so they will stay fresh in my pantry? Please email me at [email protected]. Thank you and these look absolutely wonderful! I could lick the screen! Lol?

  3. Jackie

    OMG these photos are BEAUTIFUL! and yes Peabody, I have pickled eggs! They are really good, although the rubbery texture of the white is a little strange! 🙂

  4. lisa f

    I have sweet pickled my vegetables for years.i use ur recipe pretty much but also use 1/4 cup apple cidar vinegar,1 tb. minced onion and 1/4 cup sugar. I also add brussel sprouts.

  5. Darlene

    If you are in a hurry….and you have saved your favorite pickle juice you can use it! Your own pickle juice is good in your potatoe salad dressing to make it a little more liquidy!

  6. Ronnie

    Your pickles do look very good indeed. Now why don't you go one step further and investigate the benefits of lacto fermented pickles. It takes up to six weeks to cure them, but you will get all the benefits of the much needed probiotics for your intestines. Your kids won't get sick as often any longer!.

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