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A Few Key Things to Know About Pickles & Cucumbers

November 18, 2023

A Few Key Things to Know About Pickles & Cucumbers

November 18, 2023

A Few Key Things to Know About Pickles & Cucumbers

In this short video, Paul Fuller of Sweet Creek Foods lays out some of the key requirements to producing quality homemade pickles. For those interested in learning more about making pickles, stay tuned for our Kitchen segment (making bread and butter pickles) next Tuesday. Paul Fuller’s story airs the following day on Wednesday.

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17 Comments

  1. Amanda S says:

    Amazing video! !❤

  2. What is the Rodale book you said we need to read and use?

  3. 여름 says:

    I'm confused… Is a pickle a cucumber

  4. My favourite veggie. Crisp. Cool. Clean. Refreshing.

  5. Sauce Gotti says:

    So pickles are cucumbers??

  6. My grandmother made the world's best fermented sour pickles from her own cucumbers in the garden. She has been gone many many years now and I was a child when I had my last pickle that she made. Over these decades I can still see myself pulling one out of the big jar and her taking some out for us to take home but the taste of that pickle was like nothing on Earth. I am disabled now but I intend with the help of my caregiver to make fermented pickles this summer. I remember her pickles with happiness and a couple of Tears.

  7. mylo says:

    i got here from watching someone eat extra crisp pickles

  8. Wait cucumbers turn into pickles?

  9. Whats the name/link to that book?

  10. I notice you trim both ends of your cucumbers. Very good… because apparently, the flower end of the cucumber, actually has an enzyme present that PREVENTS or INHIBITS successful pickling, particularly when you use the salt/brine method (as opposed to using vinegar and spices).

    The enzyme is there to promote rotting in the cucumber – that's how the seeds mature, and eventually 'feed themselves' – with the rotting pulp of the fruit around them. Cut off that tip, and you remove the majority of those nasty 'rotting' enzymes, and it keeps the cucumbers crisp!

    This information comes to you at no extra cost! 😀

  11. thank you for the info

  12. Thanks – I agree, there's something special about pickles!

  13. thanks, Claudio – more next week! =)

  14. Spade says:

    Liking this pickle series especially – I love pickles so much!

  15. as usual… thanks for this one again, and again and again

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