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"The brine is a very good ratio of acid and salt, not too acidic or too salty. I added dried coriander, black cumin, cumin, fennel, and black and pink peppercorns along with garlic in mine."- Haobaba1
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Combine vinegar, water and salt, bring to boil. Remove stem and blossom ends from cucumbers, wash well. Prick with fork. Place dill and garlic in jar, pack in cucumbers. Pour boiling brine over to cover. Wipe jar rims and seal. Allow 2 weeks minimum for pickles to cure before using. Posted to MM-Recipes Digest V3 #217 Date: Mon, 12 Aug 1996 06:29:21 -0500 From: firstname.lastname@example.org (S.Pickell)
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jdredshift1 2 years agoExcellent! Can't get real American style pickles in the uk, so these go down a real treat!
jnpet 2 years agoMade this a few weeks ago and finally tasted them today. Fantastic! And very easy to make.
lalyfa 3 years agoJust made these this morning and they are super easy! I only rated them 4 stars because I haven't tasted them yet. I'm sure they are delicious but have to wait a couple weeks. I'm planning on making more - perfect for hubby and me!
Haobaba1 3 years agoThe brine is a very good ratio of acid and salt, not too acidic or too salty. I added dried coriander, black cumin, cumin, fennel, and black and pink peppercorns along with garlic in mine.