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Pickl-It Brine Recommendations

Salt is to brine, like flour is to a well-made bread. Proportions matter, and in both cases, measuring spoons and cups are worthless tools when it comes to measuring dry ingredients. Learn how to make a proper brine for your Pickl-It.

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Happy Birthday Vitamines!

In 1912, a century-ago this year, a concept and a chemical – “vitamine” – was “discovered”.

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Traditional Potato Preparation Reduces Acrylamide

Acrylamide formation during production of French fries is most effectively lowered by lactic acid fermentation of potato rods before deep-frying or baking.

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New Christmas Traditions

We’ve created a number of new holiday food-traditions which harken back to traditions and recipes more common to our ancestors of old, more than modern “traditions”. Take a look at how Pickl-It Cranberry Orange & Apple Relish can be used to create a tasty Pickl-It Cranberry Granola Gems.

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Honey-Gone-Good and Honey-Gone-Bad - Case Studies

Two case studies illustrate the importance of proper storage for your precious raw honey.

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  • “Oh, Hamlet, how camest thou in such a pickle?” (Act 5, Scene 1.) ‘Tis a gentle man here a plague o’ these pickle-herring! How now, sot!” (Twelfth Night, Act 1, Scene 5.)

    —12th Night & Pickles

Testimonials...

  • I have used the Pickle-It jars for a while now and they are wonderful! The fermentation is very predictable and clean, no batches go bad or wrong. Anybody who ferments food at home knows that sometimes a batch can go bad without any particular reason. The Pickle-It jars seem to eliminate that eventuality completely. Thank you for developing this wonderful product!

    —Dr. Natasha Campbell, GAPS DIET