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 »

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 »

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.

What is in pickling spices?

According to, 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 »