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help...with canning pickles and peppers

Post  FamilyGardening on Tue Aug 30, 2011 1:53 am

we canned our first pickles and peppers today.....we used a recipe for the pickles from foodchannel.com and a recipe for the pickled peppers from the Colorado state university web site.....

we used elephant garlic out of the garden....just found out that elephant garlic is not the same as reg garlic....is it ok that we sub the elephant garlic?....will it change the ph?...still ok to store on shelf?....HELP Sad



pickles ingredients:

hot brine:

3 cups of water

2 cups of white vinegar

1/4 cup of pickling salt

cucumbers

dill weed sprig

garlic.....we sub elephant garlic....Shocked

boil bath for 15 mins



Pickled peppers ingredients:

5lbs of peppers...mix variety....we used sweet banna, orange bell, red bell and jalapeno

1 clove of garlic....we sub elephant garlic Shocked

hot brine:

6 cups of vinegar

2 cups of water

1 tb spoon plus 1 teaspoon pickling salt

1 tb spoon of sugar

hot water bath 15 mins

thanks

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Re: help...with canning pickles and peppers

Post  camprn on Tue Aug 30, 2011 6:21 am

The pickles should be fine, just not very garlic-y Very Happy

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