I might start pickling things

Anyone into pickling?

I have eaten a pickled egg

  • Yes
  • Nah mate, fucking look at it

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Is this foods only?

All right Damian Hirst

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I have never tried it though I am open to it. Anything that needs home fermenting or preservation concerns me, always worry about killing someone with infected food. Although I made jam once and was so proud if it I took it to my halls with me as a student and when it got some mould I just flicked it off, so proud of it that I couldnt bear to bin it. (It was sloe jam)

I’d like to make my own kimchi

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Been on my to-do list for fucken ages. Seen how much you get in them little jars in Sainsbos? Fuck all, for like £3.

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Don’t you fucking DARE

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Watched a video the other night of how to make it, seems hard work. Also I’ve never eaten kimchi but looked right up my street.

@grievoustim going off his Instagram

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Pickled red onions anD bread and butter pickles are my lockdown achievements :ok_hand:

Saw this thing once where some girl was into pickling and her gut bacteria was greatly superior to that of her peers

stop pickling your nose :laughing:

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Love pickling. Anything that involves a small amount of work then doing fuck all for ages and yet somehow gets results is grand for me.

Fermenting is more of a hassle as you’re always worried whether it’s really fermenting or just slowly rotting. I’ve got some spicy sauerkraut on the go at the minute though that is bloody lovely.

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Pickled beetroot is top tier foodstuff. Fermenting is also ace.

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Saurkraut hotsauce plZ?

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Pickled ant

Can recommend home kimchi making, it’s pretty forgiving, and it’s a broad church in terms of ingredients.

For hot vinegar type pickles, red onions are great, you end up with a spectacular colour.

I’ve been giving some thought to saucifying it. Or just selling it as is. Might blend some down, see how it goes.

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Don’t really like pickled things apart from picked onion Walker’s.