Joy of Pickling: 250 Flavor-Packed Recipes for Vegetables for All Kinds of Produce from Garden Or Market

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Harvard Common Press, 1998 - Cooking - 382 pages
Linda Ziedrich explains the mysteries of pickling and offers the very best, most fail-safe recipes for classic cucumber pickles, and more, including European and Asian cabbage pickles. For novices and veterans alike, this comprehensive reference features handy tables, troubleshooting charts, mail-order sources for supplies, and dozens of original recipes. 85 two-color illustrations.
 

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User Review  - E.J - LibraryThing

Best pickling book ever. If you ever want to learn how to pickle anything this is all you need. She even tells you how to avoid botulism which I'm sure my family will appreciate. Read full review

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User Review  - ShawnMarie - LibraryThing

This is one of the most comprehensive pickling books out there, using some techniques not often seen. The joy the author takes in making pickles shows up in the writing making this a fine read. Read full review

Contents

Read This First i
3
Fermented Pickles
33
Fresh Pickles
77
Sauerkraut Kimchi
191
RiceBran Miso and SoySauce Pickles
199
Sweet Pickles
215
Quick Pickles
249
freezer Pickles
275
Chutneys Salsas
285
Pickled Meat Fish and Eggs
339
MailOrder Sources for Pickling
367
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