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Douglas B. November 10, 2014
Cilantro or another herbal green might be a tasty good sub for mint. I tatsed these right out the pan after soaking. I look forward to using these in an arugula salad with some nuts and maybe some Manchego Cheese
Bridgetann March 2, 2013
I hope someone comes back to check comments now and then. My husband has terrible Gerd and cannot have mint. Any suggestions about what would work as a substitute?
fiveandspice March 2, 2013
You could try using dill. Or just leave out the mint and leave it at that.
Oh my.....I am shocked. I haven't been here for 2 days- in transit from Colorado to New York and of not for Antonia James, I wouldn't have known. Thanks so so so much for this win. I'm thrilled. Thanks for all your comments too
arielleclementine June 20, 2012
what a cool recipe! congrats on the win!!
TheWimpyVegetarian June 20, 2012
I love pickled just about anything! What a great snack. Many congrats for your much deserved wildcard win.
Panfusine June 20, 2012
oooh.. this sounds addictive, COngrats KB for the well deserved wildcard pick!
fiveandspice June 20, 2012
Congrats on the wildcard KB! I've been craving pickles like crazy lately, and I'm adding these to my growing list of must makes!
Sadassa_Ulna June 20, 2012
Congratulations KB! These sound delicious.
mrslarkin June 20, 2012
a hidden gem no more! Congrats KB. I think you must be on your way to NY, no?
TasteFood June 20, 2012
I know I will love this! I missed this one as well - so glad to see it.
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