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from Malibu, Cal. 8 cucumbers, sliced thin 1 large onion 2 tablespoons of salt Put these in a large bowl of water, place a plate on top of this and let stand for 2 hours. Boil the following together until it comes to a full boil: 1-1/2 cups sugar 1/2 cup vinegar 1/4 cup water 1 teaspoon mixed whole pickling spices A pinch of powdered alum (just add to syrup while it is heating.) Drain the cukes and onions and pack in plastic containers...you can use any empty plastic containers you might have around, i.e. butter containers and the like. Pour the hot mixture over these. Seal with plastic lids and store in freezer. Keeps for months in the freezer. Voila! Just thaw out when ready to use!

Freezer Pickles


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(posted July 25, 2003)

from Malibu, Cal.

8 cucumbers, sliced
thin
1 large
onion
2 tablespoons of
salt

Put these in a large bowl of water, place a plate on top of this and let stand for 2 hours.

Boil the following together until it comes to a full boil:

1-1/2 cups
sugar
1/2 cup
vinegar
1/4 cup water
1 teaspoon mixed whole
pickling
spices
A
pinch of powdered alum (just add to syrup while it is heating.)

Drain the cukes and onions and pack in plastic containers...you can use any empty plastic containers you might have around, i.e. butter containers and the like. Pour the hot mixture over these. Seal with plastic lids and store in freezer. Keeps for months in the freezer. Voila! Just thaw out when ready to use!



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