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FERMENTED PICKLES – The Best Old Fashioned Dill Pickle Recipe! (No Rambling)

October 30, 2023

FERMENTED PICKLES – The Best Old Fashioned Dill Pickle Recipe! (No Rambling)

October 30, 2023

FERMENTED PICKLES – The Best Old Fashioned Dill Pickle Recipe! (No Rambling)

These are truly the best fermented dill pickles! Using the old fashioned method of a salt pickles recipe, there is no vinegar added. With this lacto-fermented pickles recipe you will get the perfect pickle that is not only delicious, full of probiotics, but crunchy too! This video will show you how to ferment pickles in a jar plus how to ferment pickles in a crock. In addition, I include a FAQs section after the instructions that tells you how to know if your fermented pickles have gone bad, what to do if mold or kahm yeast form, and how to ferment pickles long term. Enjoy!

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NOTE ON FERMENTATION FAIL:

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If your pickles fail to successfully ferment and you feel you did everything correctly, the culprit may be store bought cucumbers. Best to use cucumbers from a farmers market, garden or the like. I have even had ‘organic’ store bought cucumbers fail, not just commercial ones. Contrastly, I’ve had 100% success rate with garden and local farmer’s market cukes.

FERMENTATION WEIGHT NOTE: I no longer recommend using a rock as a fermenting weight since some rocks have a softer mineral content and/or have ‘grit’ that can dissolve in water. Please watch the following video:

⭐DIY Fermentation Weight Ideas If You Don’t Have Glass Weights:

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PRINTER FRIENDLY INSTRUCTIONS:

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➡️SHOP INGREDIENTS:

• BAY LEAVES:
• CLOVES:
• CORRIANDER SEEDS:

➡️SHOP FERMENTING EQUIPMENT:

• FERMENTING WEIGHTS, lead-free & heavy (4-pack):

• DIGITAL PH READER:
⭐Watch – How To Calibrate the PH Meter:

• FERMENTING CROCK + WEIGHT (1/2 gal):

• FERMENTING CROCK + WEIGHT (1.3 gal):

• FERMENTING JAR (1gal) + AIRLOCK LID:

➡️ SHOP ALL MY FAVORITE FERMENTING EQUIPMENT:

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MENTIONED + SUGGESTED VIDEOS:

⭐DIY Fermentation Weight Ideas If You Don’t Have Glass Weights:

• Everything Fermentation Playlist:

• Fermented Red Kraut:

• 5 Types of Fermentation:

• 12 Essential Probiotics in Sauerkraut:

• Pickling vs Fermenting: What’s The Difference?

• Can I Ferment In Vinegar?

• Fermented Green Sauerkraut:

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CHAPTERS:

00:00 Intro
01:26 Ingredients
01:40 Brine
03:05 Jar Pickles
07:15 Crock Pickles
08:53 Taste & Crunch Test
10:30 How To Store
10:53 Ingredient Measurements
12:40 Pickles Gone Bad?
14:05 Mold & Kahm Yeast
16:00 Airlock Lids
17:10 Long Term Fermentation

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VIDEO CREDIT:
Alternative Fermenting Weight Footage (Food Wishes):

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20 Comments

  1. Is it safe to assume the coffee filter covers (rather than a sealed lid) are to allow outgassing during fermentation?

    It didn't occur to me until I saw the beer/wine style air locks, and I've only done a couple of batches of vinegar pickles so far. My wife doesn't like the vinegar flavor, so she's happy to see me trying just salt water brine.

  2. You are absolutely adorable. What a great video!

  3. How do you replace fermintation liquid when its absorbed by fermint. During refrig storage.

  4. Leah Link says:

    I can't print your amounts. Will not open.

  5. Pack Man says:

    Never fermented anything but now I want to try!

  6. Excellent, educational, healthy, fascinating videos.

  7. Stranger001 says:

    No sugar? For whatever reason I thought sugar is used in fermentation.

  8. Leah Link says:

    Like your videos. You give very good instructions and explanations.

  9. Is the 4% salt ratio based on the weight of the water only, or the weight of the water and the vegetables combined? Thank you

  10. use a little water from the previous fermentation, which by adding it ends the fermentation earlier

  11. Cee Emm says:

    You have got to be the NICEST person on the internet….and I LOVE pickles…well all ferments actually. Thank you for posting.

  12. Erica 547 says:

    This is exactly the way I make them, but I also add sliced fresh horseradish roots. It makes it crunchy and flavorful.

  13. Erica 547 says:

    You’re recipes are wonderful. I tried a few and I loved them all.

  14. Zarra Naza says:

    I'm confused on your salt measurements. In your video you say 2 tablespoons of salt per 1 quart of water, but when I look at your actual recipe it says 1 quart of water 1 tablespoon of salt. Could you clarify which is the correct one. Thanks for your recipe.

  15. Asset says:

    Thanks so much for the excellent video. So in looking at different salt readily available, any fine grain salt has anti caking agents in them. Even kosher salt has anti caking agents. The only pure salt out there is Morton's canning and pickling salt and Pink Himalayan salt.

  16. Kitt says:

    Thank you for not rambling or excessiveness.

  17. StarrieM says:

    One question: aside from the bay leaves and salt, are any of the other herbs and spices necessary, or only for flavor?

  18. I am a bit OCD, everything has to be perfect. You are so precise I love your videos. I have always made vinegar pickles. Recently I found fermented pickles. My problem is all the recipes, even ones in the books say these pickles can be stored for a week or two. One book was "Pickling & Fermenting Cookbook". Quote: It will last up to 2 weeks when stored properly in the refrigerator. That would not work for me. Until I saw your videos where you say they can be stored for months. That is much better. Thank you for clearing that up. I have my second cucumber harvest coming in a few days, now I don't have to throw them out. Now I can ferment all I want and they can be stored. As you suggested, I have some on the counter now, and they are starting to smell and taste wonderful. Thanks so much.

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