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Ukrainian Dill and Garlic Pickles

Submitted by: Tania D. 
Home Town: Newton, Massachusetts, USA
Living In: Kiev, Kiev (Special City), Ukraine
Dill pickles are fermented in brine with fresh dill, garlic and peppercorns. This recipe was handed down to me by my mother Sofia, whose pickles were always in great demand. 
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Eight-Day Icicle Pickles

Submitted by: Tammylou 
Living In: Mount Brydges, Ontario, Canada
You do a little something to these cucumber pickles every day for 7 days, then process and can them on Day 8. They are pickled in a large (10-quart) jar or a pickle crock. 
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Lime Pickles

Submitted by: ED 
Homemade lime pickles, made with pickling lime or slaked lime, are worth the wait using this DIY recipe. Serve them with ham! 
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Refrigerator Dill Pickles

Submitted by: Tammy Gulgren 
Living In: Crystal Lake, Illinois, USA
These easy refrigerator dill pickles are perfectly seasoned, crisp, and delicious. 
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Sweet Chunk Zucchini Pickles

Submitted by: bljersey 
Home Town: Morristown, New Jersey, USA
These zucchini pickles are easy to make but do take some time so plan ahead. 
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Mustard Pickles

Submitted by: BJ MOORE 
An old fashioned recipe that is different from most pickles. Cucumbers and onions are pickled in a mustard sauce made with turmeric and celery seed. 
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Deb's Bread and Butter Pickles

Submitted by: droseboom 
Home Town: Augusta, Georgia, USA
These pickles use apple cider vinegar, celery seed, turmeric, and mustard seed and need 2 weeks in the jar. 
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Lazy Housewife Pickles

Submitted by: c@lover 
Fresh-tasting refrigerator pickles in the bread-and-butter style don't even need boiling. Just place sliced cucumbers into jars, cover with sweet and sour pickling mixture, and refrigerate for a week. 
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Grandma Arndt's Pickles

Submitted by: Mandy007 
Home Town: Barrhead, Alberta, Canada
Sweet and sour pickled cucumbers, carrots, and red and green peppers are pretty in glass jars. 
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Blue Ribbon Horseradish Pickles

Submitted by: SHAWN 
Living In: Moorhead, Minnesota, USA
Spicy pickles with a hint of horseradish will set your pickles head and shoulders above the rest. You will get raves on these pickles! I always get asked to make more or bring more to work. These are worth a try! This makes a really crisp, great tasting pickle! 
 
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