Refrigerator Dill Pickles

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After they are cured in

After they are cured in refrigerator are they able to be placed in cold storage?

Hi, Amber. The pickles may be

Hi, Amber. The pickles may be refrigerated for up to a year.

Oops, just reread the recipe

Oops, just reread the recipe and says can keep up to one year, disregard previous message. sorry....... Wondering tho, are these pickles crispy, can you add something to make them crisp?

For crisper pickles, put the

For crisper pickles, put the vegetables (whole or sliced) into a wide bowl and spread a layer of pickling salt on top. Cover and let sit overnight in a cool place. Discard the liquid, then rinse and dry the vegetables before pickling or canning as usual. The salt helps to pull the moisture out of the vegetables and makes them crisper.

I have made some refrigerator

I have made some refrigerator pickles and kept them much longer than 6 weeks and they seems to be just fine. Why the 6 week limit on keeping them? Did not use the above recipe but a similar one. wondering???????

Has anyone ever made Freezer

Has anyone ever made Freezer Pickles? I was at a Salon about 15 years ago and a lady brought in the best darn pickles I have ever had. She said you make them in the Freezer! They were in a freezer bag not a jar. I would love to have this recipe.

Ive always wanted an herb

Ive always wanted an herb garden and i finally planted me a smalll one. I have basil, sage,dill, oregeno,thyme, and celery I like tomatos with fresh basil, butI would like to have more recipes or other ways to store my herbs. I want chivescand parsley but dont know if it is too late.

These sound just like the

These sound just like the ones my dear departed Mother used to make. I am going to make them and see if they taste the same because I lost her original recipe.

When I made these for my

When I made these for my church potluck, I used more garlic than called for in the recipe, which was popular, and I added some cloves, which was less popular. Live and learn, I guess!

This sounds great. I'm going

This sounds great. I'm going to try them today.