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  1. #1
    Ross@home Guest

    Default Dilly beans

    Gerry picked the first of this season's green filet beans this
    morning, the ones that managed to escape predation by the !#$%&*
    rabbits.
    This afternoon they got transformed into 5 pints of dilly beans. Used
    the Pickle Crisp again.
    Exactly enough beans for the 5 pint jars so, we won't even get to have
    any of the first picking for supper tonight.
    Speaking of Pickle Crisp, just before putting the beans into the jars
    I opened a jar of dilly beans from September 2010 that we'd set aside
    for testing. Very tasty, plus they were still beautifully crisp and
    crunchy. Had to stop myself from eating at least half the jar.

    Ross.

  2. #2
    George Shirley Guest

    Default Re: Dilly beans

    On 8/5/2011 4:01 PM, Ross@home wrote:
    > Gerry picked the first of this season's green filet beans this
    > morning, the ones that managed to escape predation by the !#$%&*
    > rabbits.
    > This afternoon they got transformed into 5 pints of dilly beans. Used
    > the Pickle Crisp again.
    > Exactly enough beans for the 5 pint jars so, we won't even get to have
    > any of the first picking for supper tonight.
    > Speaking of Pickle Crisp, just before putting the beans into the jars
    > I opened a jar of dilly beans from September 2010 that we'd set aside
    > for testing. Very tasty, plus they were still beautifully crisp and
    > crunchy. Had to stop myself from eating at least half the jar.
    >
    > Ross.

    And that's the reason I use Pickle Crisp in all my pickles. Opened a jar
    of dilly carrots yesterday, put up in 2010, still crisp and crunchy, we
    ate the whole pint at lunch.

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