Yield: Yields about 3 pints.
Serve these pickles as part of an appetizer spread with fresh tomatoes, olives, flatbread, and hummus or baba ghanoush. They’re also tasty alongside grilled meats.
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How long do they keep in fridge once ready to eat without processing?
Kathy78, I too have allergies and most people don't get it. Don't get caught up on exact items that you are pickling...just leave the Red Bell Pepper and Red Pepper Flakes out.
To Kathy78: There is so little of both of your allergens I doubt it would make much difference. There's lots more flavour in the brine than just vinegar. I love the taste of the pickled ginger slices and may add a bit more next batch.
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