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We throw in our veggies and hello! we close the jar and let it macerate for a while. What happens next is that over time the liquid automatically turns into brine. And here’s what you can do with it after eating the last pickle :

  1. Pickle juice as a marinade : You can use leftover brine to marinate fresh pickles, green beans, cauliflower, radishes, onions, peppers, and even hard-boiled eggs. To do this, simply recycle the liquid as follows: Pour the pickle juice into a saucepan, add some pickling spices and a fresh garlic clove. Bring the liquid to a boil, then let it cool for a few minutes. Then, pour everything into a new clean jar. And finally, stick in the vegetables you want and voilà, you’re done!
  2. Pickle Juice to Tenderize Meat: Whether it’s chicken, beef steaks, pork chops, or seafood, pickling brine helps tenderize them and make them tasty.
  3. Pickle juice to garnish potatoes: If, like us, you are tired of the classic taste of potatoes, try them with pickle juice, you will be thrilled! All you have to do is add a few tablespoons of the marinade to the water in which you will cook your vegetables. Let’s go for the vinegar-flavored potatoes!
  4. Pickle juice as a vinaigrette : You need vinegar for your gazpacho, but you don’t have any left? Don’t worry, pickle juice will work just fine. It is also a great alternative to red wine vinegar or balsamic vinegar. Try it yourself in your salads!
  5. Pickle Juice for Flavoring Sauces: Enhance your barbecue or tartar sauce by adding a spoonful of pickle juice and you’ll discover a completely different new flavor!
  6. Pickle Juice to Enhance a Bloody Mary or Other Cocktails: Did You Know? Anglo-Saxons use pickle juice in their cocktails. Does this seem a little strange to you? Believe it or not, it’s a real success! Add a spoonful to your Bloody Mary or Martini to try! Be careful though, if you prepare a cocktail with alcohol, know that it is to be consumed in moderation, do not abuse it!
  7. Pickle juice to replace lemon : If you usually use lemon to flavor soup and hummus and you’re in over your head. You can totally replace it with pickle brine. Promise, you’ll love it!
  8. Pickle Juice as a Natural Fertilizer: Yes, you read that right: Pickle Juice as a Natural Fertilizer for Your Garden! In fact, there are plants that love acidic soil, including: hydrangeas, lilacs, camellias, rhododendrons and lupins, etc. Dear readers, thanks to this trick your plants couldn’t hope for anything better!
  9. Pickle Juice to Soothe Muscle Cramps: Looking for a solution to relieve soreness after exercise? Use brine! The anti-inflammatory and antispasmodic properties contained in “pickle juice” make it an all too popular natural remedy. You can enjoy its benefits by consuming it directly or using it to make compresses.
  10. Pickle Juice to Cure a Hangover : Did You Know? Cucumber juice has digestive and diuretic properties. By the way, in Poland it is used as a very popular effective remedy for hangovers True or false! You still have to have the courage to swallow it after getting drunk!

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5 More Ways To Recycle Liquid

  1. Pickle Juice for Sore Throat a: If you have a sore throat, drink, your remedy is pickle juice! It can be consumed pure, diluted in water, mixed with honey, or mixed with other fruit juices to improve the taste. It’s up to you to see what suits you!
  2. Pickle Juice to Enhance the Flavor of Deviled Eggs: If you want to spice up your deviled eggs, add some pickle juice!
  3. Pickle Juice to Kill Weeds: If drinking pickle juice puts you off, use it in your garden as a natural weed killer. Just use it to water the weeds and they will magically disappear!
  4. Pickle Juice to Bring the Shine Back to Your Copper Pans : To clean copper pans, we tend to use white vinegar. But when there’s more, pickle marinade can do the trick. Simply pour a small amount onto your dish sponge and scrub your utensils.
  5. Pickle Juice to Enhance the Flavor of Your Poached Fish: Want to poach a fish, but run out of ideas? Here’s a super simple trick to try: mix water with pickle brine, heat it, and cook the fish in this acidic juice.

Enjoy !


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