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    Anon Guest

    Default Senf gurken

    I was wondering if anybody knew the proper pickle to use in making "Senf
    Gurken". A German mustard pickle. A schmor gurken is recommended.
    This is a braising pickle. I never heard of such a thing in the US.

    JK

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    Wayne Boatwright Guest

    Default Re: Senf gurken

    On Fri 02 Jan 2009 02:19:04p, Anon told us...

    > I was wondering if anybody knew the proper pickle to use in making "Senf
    > Gurken". A German mustard pickle. A schmor gurken is recommended.
    > This is a braising pickle. I never heard of such a thing in the US.
    >
    > JK
    >


    When I made Senf Gurken pickles some years ago, a German friend of mine told
    me to use regular cucumbers, but vine-ripened until they are yellow. A
    "braising pickle" IME is just a regular cucumber, as opposed to pickling
    cucumbers like Kirbys.

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