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A step-by-step guide to pickling from home with Jon Oren, founder of Wheelhouse Pickles. Jon walks you through the pickling process, from purchasing equipment to ingredients to aging.
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lacto-fermented=non reactive container scrub cucumbers cut off flower coriander mustard seed black peppercorn garlic dill thin layer of cucumbers lay ingredients on them then layer more cucumbers, make salt water solution, mix salt into cold water, 5% salt solution, three tablespoons of salt per quart, no cooking involved in lacto-fermented pickles, pour salt water solution over cucumbers until two or three inches above cucumbers, place weight over cucumbers, create an anaerobic situation, find cool dark area, let sit for two days, come back each day and skim off foam with sterilized spoon, 5-7 days pickles will be acidic enough to be considered a full sour, spoon out cucumbers put them in a mason jar and spoon out brine and fill mason jar with it, acidified=heating process, create your brine, vinegar water spices salt sugar, combine ingredients in non-reactive pot, simmer for five minutes, pack sliced cucumbers in mason jar, pour hot brine over cucumbers in jar until submerged, let cool to room temperature cover and place in refrigerator, oil-based pickling=no acid no chemical process, simply submerging products in oil, oil pickles take longer to mature, flash pickling,

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First Aired - 04/25/2011 01:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on Let's Eat In, Cathy talks to the author of the "Hip Girls Guide to Homemaking", Kate Payne, about quick pickling, mending parties, and more. Kate takes us inside the re-appropriation of homemaking with an emphasis on community and crowdsourcing. Don't miss out on her ultimate date meal or missing her and Cathy at the Brooklyn Flea this May! This episode was sponsored by Hearst Ranch.


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First Aired - 10/03/2011 01:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on Let's Eat In, Cathy is joined by Rick Field, founder of the popular artisanal pickle company Rick's Picks NYC. Learn more about the art of food preservation and find out how Rick traded his career in television to pursue his passion for pickling. Find out why squash don't make for good pickles and hear what Rick's ideal date meal would be. This episode was sponsored by Hearst Ranch.


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