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I try hard to have a fresh garden every year. As it turns out, I don’t have a very green thumb and I end up killing a lot of things. I am, however, pretty consistent in growing cucumbers and sometimes end up with more cucumbers than I have stomach capacity for!
Since my husband doesn’t like fresh cucumbers but does like pickles, I make this recipe in the summer to share the cucumber abundance without hours of efforts in front of my canner. This recipe takes about 10 minutes to put together, but will have you reaching for a pickle snack all week long.
Recipe and picture courtesy of Heidi Washington.
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Quick Tip – If you like spicy, add ½ tsp or more of crushed red pepper for additional depth of flavor.