I think I need to do some research. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts, https://www.reddit.com/r/fermentation/comments/6jsn1q/my_first_attempt_at_fermentation/, https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01FRBTU7K/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apap_26OPustFSTeut. That sounds like a fermentation process. Thanks for sharing recipe, in Poland we do lots of fermented cucumbers. My first batch came out great even though I had to use store bought cukes (no gardens yet in upstate NY) and I am fermenting my second batch now. etc. No issue there, in fact, plan on it happening, that’s how you know your pickles are live and active. David, got it, merci beaucoup! Get my best tips & recipes for transforming your kitchen into a farmstyle kitchen, no matter where you live! Kitchen tongs work pretty well to pick up the kraut or whatever you are pickling. 🙂. Looking at recipes now I you can really see how much things have changed in 100 years of baking and cooking! Should I use that? Placing the pickles in their brine into the fridge will also cause the bacteria to go dormant and will cause the particulate in suspension to drop to the bottom of the container. This is a recipe from my MIL’s Grandmother. I want to ferment some cucumbers because I miss my pickles but I know they won’t taste anything like the store bought ones because I can’t use pepper, dill, mustard or garlic. You can use a spice grinder or blender to grind down the course salt, same as for making superfine sugar. Does it have to be some special kind of sugar. The result is lactic acid, appearing as a cloudy brine.After fermentation, the cucumbers are packed in Kruegermann's own blend of spices, dill, and diluted brine made from the original mild salt solution. Add a weight to the jar to keep the cukes from floating to the top. pickling spice, 2 tsp. Put the veg’s into a container and mix the salt in well. Rebecca says. The pickles or the brine may have black or brown spots. Don’t eat pickles that are soft, mushy or slimy. Bring to a boil over high, stirring until sugar dissolves. After 7 days, I carry the coolers back up to the kitchen, I screw the bands down tight, wipe off the jars, and they are ready for the frig, and the coolers are easy to rinse out and put away. Or if I want sweet can I just add tablespoon or two of sugar? Any thoughts? Thank you for your recipe – I personally prefer pickles and sauerkraut! The beet stems are fermenting in another jar with standard dill pickle flavorings. If you don’t use airlocks, you can just use a regular lid. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. The only difference is, that I don’t can them, since that kills all the beneficial bacteria we’re working so hard to proliferate. Try also shortly fermented cucumbers, I shared recipe on my blog: cookINPolish.com with traditional Polish recipes. I’m SO happy you are loving them as much as I do!! Pickles have come full circle and are trendy once again. Barely finger tight, so gasses can escape, and when you put them into the fridge, don’t snug them up for a couple of days(let the lactic fermentation come to a halt). Cloudy buildup at the bottom of my pickle jars. You can ditch everything in this recipe but the cucumbers and brine. The liquid is not clear like other pickles. 2. Thanks! Stir salt into water until it's … The pickle jar will become cloudy as the microbes do their job, and a dish soap-like foam will form around the base of the jelly jar on top of the brine. Extremely hard water can cause discoloration of pickles, particularly if it has a high iron content. You can, although I’ve found that cutting up the cukes seems to make slightly less crunchy pickles. Discard the pickles. Thanks. I have done a similar process before but I am rusty and need some reminders:) With the airlock system (which I am using) do you use the little plastic lid on or take it off to let air out? And toss those peppers in for sure! I am in the middle of trying to figure some things out as well. I wouldn't do anything to the brine either, just put the whole container in the fridge if the pickles taste good to you and you don't want to them to become more sour than they are now. Cloudy brine is good. I suppose I will try the pickles in it also. https://letthebakingbegin.com/dads-extra-crunchy-naturally-fermented-pickles/#comments. There is not a concern about air getting in since the lid will be cracked open less than a second – the idea is to let air out, which shouldn’t allow any in. What little brine there is in my sauerkraut is cloudy, but to a lesser degree, as is the liquid from my kid-friendly kimchi. I don’t close the cooler lids because I like the smell of the garlic and dill once the fermenting begins. I have a question. Using table salt in your pickle brine will result in cloudy, murky liquid because the anticaking additives are not water soluble. Higher temperatures speed up the process, and higher brine strength slows it down. 3.2. Currently I have a turnip, carrot, and beet fermenting on the counter(Horseradish, garlic, ghost pepper flavoring). We love them! Sure do miss those wonderful pickles… Have a Fabulous Day ! I found a ratio of 5# of veg’s ( cabbage or cucumbers peppers or whatever cut up) makes for a good fermentation. On that note, we’re having to avoid all food sensitivities while we attempt to heal our guts and hopefully overcome them. I am starting to think mine turned out because they had time to ferment before I “processed” mine in hot canning bath. Hi Jill, I am finally going to try this! Can you help? I do remember that I started by mixing it up, putting the brine and cukes in a crock and letting them sit out at room temperature for a week or 9 days, mixing maybe once a day… and then canning them! As others said, stash it all in the fridge. Last year was my first time making pickles (with my sister in law-first time for her too) and they turned out just like I had hoped. Fizzy pickles are totally normal and just a sign things are working as they should. They are mostly water and will give you a mushy, limp result. Completely cover pickles with brine during fermentation and inside the filled jar. Bubbies naturally fermented pickles have always aroused the passions of those lucky enough to taste them. https://www.reddit.com/r/fermentation/comments/6jsn1q/my_first_attempt_at_fermentation/, Traditional Glass Fermenting Jar, 4000ml / 1 Gallon with Airlock Lid https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01FRBTU7K/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apap_26OPustFSTeut, New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the fermentation community, Press J to jump to the feed. Can I use brine from fermented pickles instead of whey to jump start a batch? The pickles taste fair and are pretty crisp, but now that it's fermented I don't want them hanging around in the brine anymore. Or is it even safe making them like this? Looking back over this, I guess they wouldn’t be fermented!… not with the boiling water and syrup – but they do make excellent pickles. This is my first time fermenting pickles. It is completely normal to see bubbles at the top and also for the brine to get cloudy. I’ve seen this before, but if they are canning lids that let out air during the canning process, why would burping be necessary? 🙂. If you replace the brine with water you'll lose all the flavor and they might spoil. A) Is it good to continue eating them? Just what I am looking for, Jill ! Wash your cucumbers thoroughly and discard any that are mushy or soft. Your pickle’s recipe is great but the percentage of the brine solution 2% may be too small?, I read in text books it should not be below 10% of sodium chloride! They should be crunchy and salty. Yes, for this purpose, 2% is OK. I’ve checked with several experienced fermenters. The story is way to long but there were some variances on what her finished batch and mine was (additionally hers did not turn out last year but mine did) and now I am thinking we were assuming the wrong variables of why hers did not come out like mine. Crystal Pickles- put clean cucumbers in a clean jar or crock. I’m sensitive to cabbage so I have a batch of brussel sprout sauerkraut fermenting that I just started a couple days ago. […] visited areas of Japan on this episode! Is this ok? I am definitely going to try the fermented pickle recipe and thanks so much for sharing it. Most recipes I’ve seen simply just throw the ingredients into a jar and leave it on the counter for a while! Just remember to “burp” it (open the lid) once a day or so. The lids all pop which is what I like to hear :) however, after several days I check each jar to see that the brine is still clear. Pickling brine from the other veggies should be just fine to drink, too 🙂. it looks nice! celery seed. If you’re getting “fizzy” pickles, you’re putting the lids on too tightly. Here’s why: Shop the online store at Fermentools HERE. 3. etc. Once they have consumed all of the available food, they will go dormant and die off (to an extent) and the suspended particulate in the brine will begin to drop out of suspension. Copyright © 2020 The Prairie Homestead  •  All rights reserved  •  Site Design by Emily White Designs, Save time & money as you build your homestead with my, Learn more about quick pickles and find a great brine recipe in my article here, ? Reply. However, you can sometimes avoid it by making sure you don’t add too much brine to your jars. I love your blog! Thanks! will it not explode if left out of fridge for months without the co2 lid? Bubbies naturally fermented pickles have always aroused the passions of those lucky enough to taste them. ratio 5 # vegetables to 3 tablespoons salt. Would you please double check out this percentage, I appreciate your input. I’d love to compare some experiences and research. Sure, but to me, an airlock seems like cheap insurance for a better end result. you said after the 7 days to put a lid on it but what do you mean? And once you’ve got a good culture going, keep some in a jar in the fridge and use that to innoculate your ferments, if you wish. I prefer to leave my cucumbers whole, as it seems to give a crunchier end result. There’s a super-handy chart on the front of their ultra-fine powdered salt bags to help you figure out exactly how much you need for the perfect brine. I’ve been working with Matt from Fermentools for a while now and he’s been totally helpful as I’ve navigated my first adventures into fermenting. That’s the best thing about pickles– tailor them to your taste preferences and what spices you have on hand. Hi Rebecca- I just ended up making them how I usually did, canned some and refrigerated some. Hello Jill, I’m trying your pickles, but I’m not exactly sure as to when they are done? This post is sponsored by Fermentools, which means they sent me one of their air lock systems so I could try it out. Just use rye bread to seal the pickles. Hi Jill, your recipe looks great and I plan on trying it. Yup! Their glass weights are super nice to just pop into my mason jars so the food doesn’t float out of the brine and get gross. That’s fine and dandy! https://extension.umn.edu/preserving-and-preparing/pickle-problems I have to admit, it helps that I’m no longer scared of the whole process, and have learned that fermented foods don’t taste gross– as long as they are done right. If your ferments ever end up with a disgusting or putrid smell, that’s a good indication to toss them. Again, this is a normal process of fermentation. Today, her special blend of spices and painstaking process can be discovered in every jar of Bubbies dill pickles. This is the first recipe I’ve seen using the airlock method to aid in the fermentation process of the pickles. My cabbage is ready (which I grew specifically for Sauerkraut) and I have about 10 + lbs of pickling cucs to use. http://imgur.com/IhP1oUy http://imgur.com/XKUBf37, http://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2015/08/homemade-dill-pickles-naturally.html. If you have leftover brine, use it to start a new batch.Once the cucumbers are refrigerated, the fermenting will stop, and your pickles should be good for a couple of months. On Jill’s recommendation I purchased a 6-pack kit from Fermentools, and am beyond thrilled! Can you ferment without an airlock? Homesteading | Self Sufficient Living | Living off the Land, 63 Comments | Jill Winger |    Last Updated: August 14, 2020, Since my foray into homemade sauerkraut earlier this year, I’m now on a kick to ferment everything…. Taste your pickles! Remove the scum atop of the brine during fermentation daily. You certainly don’t need it, but I found that once in a while one of my jars would get moldy with just the brine and cucumbers while when I add the culture it never has yet gone bad. Japan Travel Vlog - Kanazawa: Birthday Surprise - FileFlee.com, News: Not Just for Wine – Food Fermentation is Hot Right Now – uChat, 40 Fermentation Recipes • Nifty Homestead, Fermented Pickles Benefit the Gut, Skin, Brain & More – NATURACOLOGY, Fermented Pickles Benefit the Gut, Skin, Brain & More – Wellness Pro Digest Blog, 1-2 heads of fresh dill (or 1 tablespoon dill seed, if you prefer), Sea salt and water to make 2% brine solution (. Thanks again for another great post! August 8, 2016 at 7:32 pm. Slimy vegetables should be discarded, but slimy brine is not always a cause for concern. My first attempt at fermentation. Our brine is delicious in salad dressings, tuna, and egg salad, but a lot of people like to drink it straight out of the jar! Has anyone had good results with this? Remove from heat; cool 10 minutes. I assume you do. Liquid leaking out of the jar. This would be fermenting , wouldn’t it? Thank you! No scum or mold ever formed on the top of the ferment. If I want a stronger flavor can I put them back out on the counter after putting them in the refrigerator? I’m going to order that stuff and hope it gets here quickly. I have everything except the mustard seed. My pickling cucumbers have been out of control since the beginning of July. *It might be tempting to try to use the larger, slicing cucumbers to make pickles, but don’t. Hello! … you know some of those old recipes! Next day, drain syrup, heat to boiling, pour back over cukes continue for 5 days. Have you made them like this? Your fermented pickles might look a little bit different than the home-canned pickles you’re used to. I have the Pickle Pipes and Glass Weights, that I use for my Sauerkraut. Yes– you can add sugar, honey, or maple syrup if you prefer them sweet. Seriously! Remove the blossom end from each cucumber, and pack them into the jars. ... Cucumbers with the blossom end can cause soft or slimy pickles. And when can you start eating them? If you don’t use all of the brine for this recipe, it will keep indefinitely in the fridge. I decided to pickle this year's okra crop as it came in, and so my pickling methods were what I would describe as "experimental." 3.3. Pleasant sour taste. Dull, faded vegetables. I love everything pickled and love the juice as well but I have never seen this question answered. Here are my best tips for keeping your pickles super crunchy. I always have something on the counter fermenting. Fizziness! How to Make Brine Cured Pickles – The Self Sufficient HomeAcre 🙂, Deb, I am very interested in what you have figured out (since this post is over a year old). At the start of the process vegetables might be very colorful. Anyone else? My husband and I recently had some food sensitivity testing done and you’d be shocked to see how much we’re sensitive to. However, I’m betting they’ll be long-gone before then. The airlocks are very handy, since they are more hands-off, though. Keep in mind, the warmer your kitchen, the faster the fermenting process. That doesn’t leave me with anything in your recipe but the salt brine and bay leaf. I’ll have to dig out her recipe, I haven’t done much canning since we moved to the desert and can’t remember details. Pickles were underprocessed and spoilage is occurring. Yes I know it killed the good stuff but it made them shelf stable and over a year later I still am enjoying my last few jars. Kruegermann dills stand out because they are allowed to slowly ferment naturally without any agents speeding up the process. Enter your best email for instant access>>. Check out this fermented pickle recipe. But first, in case you’re wondering about the whole brined pickles vs. fermented pickles vs. vinegar pickles thing, here’s a quick run-down: Airlocks make the fermenting process even more fool-proof (especially for beginners) by reducing the the chance of mold, and allowing the ferment to release gases without you having to “burp” it. Add the air lock assembly (or regular lid if that’s what you’re using), and set aside to ferment at room temperature for 5-7 days. Eating our way around fish sperm sacs, Japan McDonalds, fermented soybeans, and arriving in two … […], […] Pickles are something you may remember older relatives making during your childhood. Your local farmer’s market should have loads of pickling cucumbers if you can’t grow them yourself, and you’ll be glad you went to the extra trouble to find them. Cloudy brine is perfectly fine, and is good sign that the fermentation went well. My recipe was for salt brine but we did process can them. I’m going to try with those. Excessive cloudiness can come from using salt with anticaching agents. Take off the band and just barely crack open and then immediately close one edge of the lid just enough for the air (gases)to escape – you will hear it escape (burp) if the lid and band have been on tight enough to prevent that. To fix this problem, review your processes. Today, her special blend of spices and painstaking process can be discovered in every jar of Bubbies dill pickles. I made some kimchee or my version from what I had in the garden that was very good. 6th day, cut into chuncks and make syrup. I get 3 or 4 batches into the pail. I’ve never done “fermenting” before and it is stressing me out so I think the “tool” is the answer. Boil water for 15 minutes. OP, where did you get that glass crock? I let the pickles sit for about 12-14 days then put them in jars and shared with the family. Begin tasting pickles after they have … I used a 1/2 cup canning salt to 1 gallon water ratio for the brine, used fresh garlic and dill. They have been in the fridge for a week or so already, but can I take them out and let them warm on the counter and start to ferment again? I have just made pickled corn in my fermenting crock for the first time and it is delicious. I’m not sure if it matters, so if you don’t like the smell, close the cooler. I have just wrapped up my pickling season for this year having made 35 - 1.5L jars using Company's Coming recipe for many years. The pickles will continue to slowly ferment and improve in flavor during the storage process. (I use the handy glass weights from Fermentools, but you can get creative with whatever you have on hand.). ~~ You asked if you DO want to hand-burp the jars, how far? When I use regular canning lids, I generally don’t screw them on very tightly, and if the pressure does increase, they just dribble all over the counter. And it’s likely you’ll find the best answer to your cloudy pickle brine question there. Just avoid iodized salts (learn why in my Cooking with Salt article). The finer the salt, the less stirring you must to do to dissolve, which is niiiiiiice. I am wondering tho, We found an Amish fermented cuke we love, we are almost done with the jar and wondered if we can reuse the brine? Lactobacillus will remain in suspension and will make the brine look cloudy so long as the bacteria are alive and active. I forgot about the “tool”. Our pickling cukes didn’t make it this year — wish some of you with the overload lived nearby! My email is rg_pc@ymail.com. (I’m keeping mine in my fridge.) People have been making pickles for thousands of years without airlocks. I have been thinking I really need to start making fermented foods because they are so good for you… but not really sure if I wanted to actually eat them!… and now reading about your pickles, I think that’s what I’ve been making , without knowing, or even thinking about it, and they are good! Thank you! Instead of dripping all over the counter, a perfect solution is that I put my quart-sized jars into 2 medium-sized coolers and then can easily carry them downstairs into our cool family room for fermenting. Hi, I am just getting into fermenting. Reply. Whe… Spoiled pickles are cloudy, but they also are accompanied by other signs. A regular canning lid can sometimes create too strong of a seal, and there may be issues b/c of the increase in pressure during the fermentation process. I’ve had fizzy mead, but that was intentional, and it was quite the little trick to achieve. Really? On day 8 we took out a few pickles, they smelled wonderful. Vinegar is one of my bigger offenders, which leaves me having to ferment all my own vegetables. I’ve been totally impressed with my Fermentools equipment. I just made my 3rd gallon jar of fermented pickles today. I’ve used airlocks before but only for brewing beer. If you use 10% brine, nothing will ferment! The airlocks work with the jars I already have. This has worked very well for me with almost no mold to wipe off the inside pail and no skimming. What about cutting your cukes into chuncks? July 8, 2008 4:16pm. You must also continuously check for bloom, which is the bubbles on top of the weights. B) How do I store them if I don't want to use the original brine? Do I add cane sugar? Carefully skim off this foam to prevent mold from having a surface area to grow. Hi! Bad pickles are mushy in texture, with a bad smell and flavor. ... Also, can you use the brine from a previous batch of pickles as a starter culture in place of some of the salt? I have them in the fridge now but wanted to know if that is normal. Though Bubbies dill pickles start out simply, thanks to hard work and more than a little love, they become something special. Question: can I just use pickling spices instead of the dill/bay leaf/peppercorns/mustard seed? However, like everything I promote here on The Prairie Homestead, I don’t promote it unless I’m actually using it and loving it, which is absolutely the case here. about adding sugar – if you want something sweetened, you might wish to wait until after the ferment, because the sugars will ferment, too, and the product will be less sweet than you anticipate. One question – Do you store the brined pickles in the fridge IN THE BRINING MIXTURE, with all the spices etc.? In the future, follow the recommended processing time … I’ve already made five gallons of refrigerator dill pickles and wanted to try a different type. Jill, If you choose not to use an air-lock system during the fermentation process, what do you do? Ed K. July 24, 2008 7:31pm. Can I use whey in my ferments? pickling salt, 2 Tblsp. I place the lids on lightly, and then screw the bands on loosely, as Jill said in the previous post, which allows for the jars to sort of burp themselves. I carefully adjust the calculations so I can make more jars at one time. 1. Thank you ! Yes, some folks use. I’m giving away a ton but still have so many to use! I love your fermenting posts but with all the summer harvest and birthday parties etc. Pickling salt is the best salt to use in canning brine because the fine grains dissolve easily and result in a clear liquid that highlights the bright, green pickles inside the jar. 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