Extra Vegetables? Pickle ‘Em!

Pickling extra vegetables is an incredible way to preserve string beans, cucumbers, peppers, cauliflower, turnips, or any leftover produce that you have lying around. And, it’s much, much easier to make a great pickle than you’d ever imagine. Plus, once you’ve turned your vegetables into pickles, they’ll keep for at least a few weeks in the fridge. You can use them as condiments for your sliders or sloppy joes, or add them to salads for extra freshness and punch.

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