I made a batch of dill pickles that turned out mushy. How do I keep my pickles firm without compromising the deep flavor you get from brining them for a long time?
Hello there.....there are several things that could have gone wrong when you were making your pickles. Here is a Colorado State University Extension publication that might help to answer your question. Don't give up on making pickles. http://www.ext.colostate...
This pdf should help....
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