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 Pickling brine for hot peppers?

Answer My father grows jalapenos and my husband grows habeneros so I have had to deal with lots of peppers before...did you know that you can just wash them, let them dry thoroughly and put them in a free... Read More »
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Jalapeno peppers taste just like bell peppers?

It can happen depending on where they were grown and the soil conditions, I had the same issue with store bought jalapeno's and the long chinese green hot peppers, one year on my balcony I tried to... Read More »
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How to Store Pickles for Pickling?

Pickling is a means to store many foods long-term, including cabbage, onions and beets. The term "pickle" though when used to identify a specific food is referring to a pickled cucumber. If you are... Read More »
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How does pickling works?

Pickling vinegar acts as a preservative because it makes the environment too acidic to support microorganisms. So mould doesn't grow because it's too acidic.
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What is in pickling spices?

According to allspices.com, allspice, bay leaves, cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, coriander, ginger, mustard seeds and peppercorns are the most common ingredients used in a pickling spice. Most superma... Read More »
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