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  1. #11
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    I am confused on the measure..Do you mean 3/4 cup of salt to ten cups of water?

  2. #12
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    I've only ever had enough extra cukes to do refrigerator pickles.. I have a couple of good recipes if anyone wants em.

    They are really good and last quite a while in the fridge.

    It's almost time.. picked 5 in the past 2 days.

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    Here it is 8 years later and I'm in the process of starting a crock of the Euell Gibbons Dills again. I Googled it up to make sure I still had it all correct and what did I find? This page and old friends. I sure miss everyone.
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~it's all about choices.

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    Did you have plenty of grape leaves?

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    Yes! I went through the whole bunch and picked just the right amount! Thanks so much for your help .
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~it's all about choices.

  6. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by Another Texan View Post
    Did you have plenty of grape leaves?
    Stripping grape leaves b4 the fruit is harvested makes the grapes SOUR.
    celeste

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    Quote Originally Posted by celeste View Post
    Stripping grape leaves b4 the fruit is harvested makes the grapes SOUR.
    We trimmed some vines that had started growing into the gutter on the deck. No grapes were harmed in this undertaking.

  8. #18
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    Pickled green tomatoes are delicious.
    celeste

    Cherish home and family as a special treasure.

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