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SENIOR BORRACHO 06/19/14(Thu)22:10 UTC+1 No.5530488 Report

what are some good ways to use the leftover brine in jarred pickles? I've heard rumors chik fil a brines their chicken in pickle juice before frying, I might try this but need other ideas.
Anonymous 06/19/14(Thu)22:11 UTC+1 No.5530490 Report

Drop in a few hardboiled eggs. Pickled eggs.
Anonymous 06/19/14(Thu)22:29 UTC+1 No.5530533 Report

Pretty successful troll
06/19/14(Thu)22:31 UTC+1 No.5530546 Report

I just drink it or add cut up cucumbers but I've heard you can freeze it and make some popsicles so need to try that
Anonymous 06/19/14(Thu)22:37 UTC+1 No.5530563 Report

i add more vegetables, few days later more pickles
Anonymous 06/19/14(Thu)22:48 UTC+1 No.5530589 Report

My mother always used it for meat salad.
Anonymous 06/19/14(Thu)22:52 UTC+1 No.5530597 Report

You can dip your fingers in it and flick it onto sandwiches for that pickle flavor.
Anonymous 06/20/14(Fri)19:22 UTC+1 No.5532986 Report

keep a shotglassful on the bedside table. knock it back as and when necessary to delay orgasm.
SENIOR BORRACHO 06/20/14(Fri)19:37 UTC+1 No.5533017 Report

lel, I laughed imagining this.

thanks for tips guys. is there any way I can use it in mixed drinks, like a pickle juice martini maybe? anyone ever brined chicken in it?
Anonymous 06/20/14(Fri)19:46 UTC+1 No.5533033 Report


Just reuse it for pickling, honestly. A lot of times I'd save left over pickle brine and use it to brine garden vegetables.

-- Pickle some fresh jalapenos
-- Make Panther Poison (Cauliflower, Onions, Carrots, Garlic, add some pickling spice)
-- Use it instead of vinegar or red wine vinegar with fermented jalapenos/habaneros mash to make pickled hot sauces.
-- Use it in a souring agent for stews like beef stew, hassenpfeffer, etc.
-- Cut with other stuff for meat brines, however, bare in mind, its a lot of dill. It's exceptionally good for making lemon/dill marinade for Pollock, Whitefish, and Salmon.
Anonymous 06/21/14(Sat)06:07 UTC+1 No.5534461 Report

In all honesty, a couple of spoonfuls in potato salad, tuna salad, egg salad, ham salad, chicken salad, macaroni salad, deviled eggs or anything similar is pretty nice. Also you could combine if with the juice of some pickled beets and then immerse boiled eggs in it for a while in the fridge. Pickled beet eggs, lovely.
Anonymous 06/21/14(Sat)06:10 UTC+1 No.5534470 Report

Anonymous 06/21/14(Sat)06:12 UTC+1 No.5534477 Report

I've tried this and it was really good but I've never had Chick A Fil so I can't say if it was similar or not.
Anonymous 06/21/14(Sat)06:17 UTC+1 No.5534485 Report

Yes. Adding olive juice to a martini turns it into a dirty martini. A little bit of pickle juice would serve similarly, though not as well.

All it is is dill flavored salty vinegar. You can use it for a lot of things. Make a fucking vinaigrette out of it if you want.
Anonymous 06/21/14(Sat)06:25 UTC+1 No.5534502 Report

>Faggots keep saying they ask for no pickles at chic-fil-a when getting a chicken sandwich
>Every clone recipe for chic-fil-a sandwiches uses a pickle juice marinade
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