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    Brine Pickled Celery Recipe

    Brine Pickled Celery
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    Usually for me celery is just a tool to get ranch dressing to my mouth but I've fallen in love with pickled celery. This ferment is very simple to do with much rewards.

    Recipe Instructions:

    Trim celery and cut into pieces to fit your jar. Stuff celery in a quart sized mason jar (you might need 2 jars depending on how much celery you have). Insert garlic, onion slices and dill in between the celery stalks. Pour in starter culture and cover with salt brine to about 1″ from the top of the jar. Cover tightly and let set at room temperature for 5-7 days. Burp the jar daily to release built up gases.

    Comments and Reviews

  • loves2spin says:
    After it is done fermenting, do you then keep it in the fridge and if so, how long will it stay nice? Reply
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