“Careful when you open a jar of these – the only way to stop eating them is to finish the jar.” – McNeill
When I took a bite of these cucumbers, I couldn’t believe how good they were.
I especially like this pickle recipe because it does NOT use vinegar, an amylase (enzyme) inhibitor. Although, apple cider vinegar has its benefits. Fresh dill could be used.
As with any recipe that uses lemons, make sure the lemons taste ‘right’ or taste good. Lemons can make or ‘break’ a recipe.
These are my daughters favourate.
i have recently beeN having a sort of beegan/vegan/vaguan identity crisis…hehe but only in terms of explaining my views to others.
anyhow, i completely love and give respect and gratitude to the magical bumbleybees and have recently discovered how amaaaazingly good and delicious fresh/frozen bee pollen tastes. it is soft and melty and reminds me in some ways of egg yolk. i was given some – lucky – and ate it whilst doin a juice feast, and today, bee-ing easter sunday i thought i’d make a sweet treat with the last bit. it was like something eaten at a faery banquet and felt like a childhood fantasy of how egg yolks should taste. erm…i do go on. anyhow you could make it into a fried or boiled egg type novelty treat for kids by using coconut meat or melon for the white.
What a delicious treat! And what a fun and festive delight to serve at parties, especially in place of cupcakes for kids!