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I love pickles, I love olives even more
pickles are ok
Pickles are life
What about pickled pickes? (don't know how to translate it)
Are you saying you can pickle... a pickle... again?
Double pickling? Must be double good, especially if you love vinegar (and I do)
I don't really know how it's made. You have the typical pickle - put into a salty solution -, and you do some things to it to make it pickled.
To my knowledge you put lots of bread in a huge jar along with the pickle and the salty solution, and you leave it for weeks either in the sun or outside of the sun (I forgot), and it'll become pickled pickles.
I just asked my mom. It turns out the "typical" recipe everyone keeps repeating is wrong.
You take a single big slice of bread (has to be made with yeast!), put in a lot of "dill" (Anethum graveolens) and an entire clump garlic (not just a slice), put pickles in a big jar, fill them up with salty pickle juice solution to the brim, and keep slow but constant 30C around it. It should be done in a few days to a week.
Don't put it on the sun, and don't use direct fast heat, because it'll cook the picles, and make them soggy, which is disgusting. Good pickled pickles should be crunchy (like a pickle normally should be), and it should have a "stingy" spice to it.
It turns out this is a Hungarian thing, so that's why people don't really know about it. Ironically enough, you can buy the best Hungarian pickled pickles in Vienna...
By the description this seems to be the typical recipe to make pickles, unless I missed something.
Only the bread part is new to me
Yeah, you make pickled pickles by fermenting it with the heat and the materials in the bread. This is why you must use normal bread.
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Though I will say if you are being American you can keep that brine cured nonsense people pretend are pickles far away from me.