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DIY: Reuse Leftover Pickle Juice to Make Homemade Pickled Daikon
Posted By Yuka Yoneda On April 30, 2012 @ 6:32 pm In DIY,Features,Recycled Materials | No Comments
- leftover pickle juice in a jar
- veggies you want to pickle (daikon, other radish or garlic work great)
Wash your veggies thoroughly and chop them up.
Pop your chopped up veggies in your leftover pickle juice and allow them to brine for a few days, then enjoy. That’s pretty much it!
Note: Typically, pickling  entails sterilizing your jars and boiling them to start the pickling process. If you’re planning on storing your pickled veggies for a long time, you should definitely follow an actual canning recipe, but if you’re going to eat them soon after you make them using the method above, you really don’t need to as long as you practice common sense (wash your veggies thoroughly before adding to the brine).
Via Clossette 
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URLs in this post:
 daikon: http://whatscookingamerica.net/DaikonRadish.htm
 DIY: http://clossette.com/category/diy/
 pickling: http://nchfp.uga.edu/how/can6b_pickle.html
 Clossette: http://clossette.com/diy-dont-throw-your-pickle-juice-away-use-it-to-make-pickled-daikon/
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