How to Make Pickles
Intro To Learn How To Pickle
Ever wanted to learn how to pickle? Or how about some of the BEST pickling recipes around? Dill pickles, Garlicky pickles, spicy pickles, sweet pickles, pickled beets, pickled beans, pickled carrots, you can pickle just about anything that you can grow, and some things you can't grow. You can even pickle fruits, eggs, meats, and really just about anything if you are adventurous enough.
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But you probably have a lot of questions about pickling, namely HOW do you do it, and WHAT do you need. Well I'm here to provide you with the complete resources to pickle ANYTHING you want. But it doesn't just stop with how to pickle, you will learn low sodium pickling techniques, quick pickling techniques, and 100 year old SECRET pickling techniques.
If you would like to learn all of the pickling techniques mentioned above and even MORE, check out my complete pickling guide. In it I will lay it all out from beginning to end and provide you with easy to follow instructions, the best materials to use and where to get those materials for the cheapest. Click right here for more information on The Complete Pickling Guide.
History of Pickling
The English word 'pickle' derives from the Middle English pikel, first recorded around 1400 and meaning 'a spicy sauce or gravy served with meat or fowl'. This is different to, but obviously related to the Middle Dutch source, pekel, meaning a solution, such as spiced brine, for preserving and flavouring food.
The earliest known examples of pickling are cucumbers, that are known to have been pickled some time around 2030 BC in Mesopotami, when inhabitants from northern India brought cucumber seeds to the Tigris valley. In Europe in the 16th century, there was a large increase in food preservation stemming from the arrival of new foods in Europe. Today, pickling is still performed by millions of people, and enjoyed by nearly everyone in the world.
Notable pickle-lovers from history include: Emperors Julius Caesar and Tiberius, King John and Queen Elizabeth I of England, Samuel Pepys, Amerigo Vespucci, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Napoleon Bonaparte. Today, with a little help, we can carry on the great tradition of pickling, and pickle just about anything our heart desires.
- If you have a garden, pickling is a great way to preserve and enjoy your bountiful harvest year after year.
- You can pickle just about any vegetable you can grow!
- Pickles are a healthy, tasty, and fat free snack you can enjoy anytime.
- Pickling is a great way to preserve food that would otherwise spoil.
- Anyone can do some amazing pickling with the proper instruction and equipment!
The question should really by why wouldn't you want to pickle? Pickling will not only save you money, but improve your health, and impress your friends! You could even make a sort of pickle diet, or give out your pickled goods at the next family reunion or christmas. So pick up my ultimate guide to pickling, and let the fun begin!
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