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Honey Garlic Pickles

Fermented honey garlic pickles are perfect for sandwiches, barbecues and snacking with cheese

These probiotic bread and butter pickles use raw honey to provide the culture for a quick ferment. The result is a deliciously sweet and flavourful pickle that is ideal for picnics and barbecues.

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Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Wash the cucumbers and trim off the blossom ends. Cut them into circles or slices.
  2. Pack the cucumbers slices into a sterile 1 quart jar.
  3. Add garlic and spices.
  4. Combine the water, honey and salt to make a brine.
  5. Pour the brine over the cucumbers.
  6. Add a weight to keep the cucumbers submerged, and top with a little water extra water to make sure the cucumbers are under the brine.
  7. Allow to ferment somewhere cool and dark for 2 -5 days.
  8. After fermenting, taste a pickle slice and adjust flavours to suit your taste. To make them more sour, drain away 1/2 cup of brine and replace with 1/2 cup of cider vinegar. To make them sweeter, stir in 2 tbsp of white sugar.
  9. Store in the refrigerator for up to 1 month.

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Keywords: Barbecue, summer, picnic, hamburger pickles, gluten free, probiotic, healthy, vegetarian, traditional, bread and butter