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lillyofthevalley's picture
Re: Pickle Pops - Gross!!

 I would love to try these.  I love pickles.  Growing up my dad use to grow his own cucumbers and we had jars and jars of dill pickles.  Us kids would eat on them all day.  I loved breaking into them about a week or two into the pickling process.  You still get that wonderful fresh taste of the cucumber...but, the hint of the dill pickling.  To this day I can still tell if a pickle is fresh or not.  My cousins and I use to get the shaved ice off of the deep freeze....anyone else use to love that ice?  It was probably filled with toxins..lol....we would take the shaved ice and pour pickle juice on it and have pickle slushes.  Or take the pickle slushie and a whole pickle with a salt shaker...take a bite of the slushie, then put the salt on the pickle, and take a bite of it.  I just got into canning this past year or so.  So I planted some cucumbers this year and hope that I can can some of my own this year...now my daughter is a pickle lover too.  Oh, pickle juice also cures hiccups and heartburn.  Might be all in your head when taking it...but, it has always worked in our family.

 

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