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No cook Refridgerator Pickles

No cooking brine, no hotwater canning, as a matter of fact this recipe is so easy you could teach a reasonably smart dog how to make pickles.

Wash and cut cucumbers into slices or spears.
Put them in a 32 oz. jar with 3 bay leaves, 3 cloves crushed garlic, 1/4 tsp hot pepper flakes, 2 tbsp salt, 1/3 cup of vinegar and then fill the jar the rest of the way with water.
Shake to mix.
Refridgerate for 24 hrs and then eat.



<span style="text-decoration: underline">Side Notes </span>
1) Because there is no cooking process involved, these pickles are gonna be crispy, real crispy.
2) It's a basic recipe, adjust the ingredients to suit your own taste.
3) I have no idea what the shelf life is on these pickles, they get eaten up too fast to have to worry about it.
ENJOY!

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Re: No cook Refridgerator Pickles

I love pickles but I hate going through the traditional canning process. I am going to have to try this recipe. Thanks for sharing.
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Re: No cook Refridgerator Pickles

My neighbor used to make these, they were good, he said turn the jar aa 1/4 turn in refr each day..He has since passed and no more pickles..
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No cooking brine, no hotwater canning, as a matter of fact this recipe is so easy you could teach a reasonably smart dog how to make pickles.

Wash and cut cucumbers into slices or spears.
Put them in a 32 oz. jar with 3 bay leaves, 3 cloves crushed garlic, 1/4 tsp hot pepper flakes, 2 tbsp salt, 1/3 cup of vinegar and then fill the jar the rest of the way with water.
Shake to mix.
Refridgerate for 24 hrs and then eat.



<span style="text-decoration: underline">Side Notes </span>
1) Because there is no cooking process involved, these pickles are gonna be crispy, real crispy.
2) It's a basic recipe, adjust the ingredients to suit your own taste.
3) I have no idea what the shelf life is on these pickles, they get eaten up too fast to have to worry about it.
ENJOY!
These sound pretty good, and easy I'm going to give em a try.
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sounds real easy , thanks for posting
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DIYASUB, I can see why these don't last to long LOL,,, these taste just like Deli Pickles!! but I like these better. Thanks for posting the recipe.
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