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Pickling is a method of food preservation that involves anaerobic fermentation in brine. It is also known as brining or corning. The pickle or the resulting pickled food is soaked in a solution of salt and water to produce lactic acid and is later stored in an acid solution typically vinegar.
  • How Do I Pickle?

    Information about the pickling process from the National Center for Home Food Preservation. Includes a list of causes and solutions for problems with pickled food.

  • How to Pickle

    Site dedicated to the pickling food preservation technique. Features recipes, articles, forums, and links.

  • Making Homemade Pickles

    Explains quick process pickling, with ingredients, equipment, and instructions. Includes printable labels and information on other methods.

  • Saveur: Perfect Pickles

    Contains recipes for pickling a variety of fruits, vegetables, mushrooms, fish, and chiles.

  • Science of Cooking: Pickles

    Details include definition of pickling, recipes, activities, science, history, cultural information, and discussion forum.

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