Maybe true, jes. I'm planning to use old yogurt containers, so I don'yt care about the containers. I do care if there is an effect on the pickles, however. I haven't found anything that says don't use food grade plastic. I'll report back with my results.
There's more bruhaha in the last few weeks about bisphenol in plastic, an update from bisphenol bruhahas of a year or so ago. I think you can get plastic without it, but as said earlier, I'm a glass person.
I never did make those pickles.
Smiles.. (Have you seen Alex's pickle thread? I think we now have a Pickle Tag, or we should.)
(And glass person that I am, I use some ziploc-like baggies. Let's say I'm cutting down. Now I use them to store small drawings, usually stuff other than food. Smacks self.)
Just checked it, we have a PICKLE tag.
I use a lot of freezer bags. I also use plastic food storage containers, but I never seem to have enough of them.
re: tags...I still haven't gotten the hang of them.
I was wondering if you guys could help me? My partner is a huge fan of pickled eggs and a few years back I found pickled quails eggs in our local farm shop. Needless to say, she loved them.
I cannot get them again as they (in the same shop) said they are discontinued, but they told me I could buy their jars of normal boiled quails eggs and pickle them myself.
Can you tell me if this is A) possible and B) safe?
As I was in a rush I bought all the jars they had (6 in total) but I was worried about undertaking the pickling process without seeking some advice.
I'd like to give them to her for Christmas (its partly a joke present, don't worry I have bought her other things) So I guess I'm also asking, if its possible, will they be sufficiently pickled in 10 days?
Thank you in advance!
I love the Pickles. Like mango and lemon Pickles and you all if any buddy visit India so pls test Indian Pickles.