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Click here to see all of my YouTube Videos - You can reuse your pickle juice to pickle another batch of vegetables rather than using it for weed control or wasting it by pouring it down the drain. It works quite well for a second batch of vegetables. I don't think it would pickle a third batch though.

It's worked well for me with cucumber, cauliflower, peppers and eggs so far! Why not try it yourself?!

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Dale
Thanks much for posting and sharing your idea. I was getting ready to post a very similar Instructable but you beat me to it! The only difference is that I used "Bread and Butter" (sweet) pickle juice with peeled and sliced cucumber like you did. GREAT results in only 24 hours. Keeps for at least a week in the refrigerator. Looking forward to trying it with cauliflower and other veggies. THANKS!
It was my pleasure! I'd love to see a video and bread and butter repickling! No reason you shouldn't do that video! Let me know if you do it, I'd like to see it! Keep me posted! <br> <br>Dale
<p>I've tried this with Bread and Butter pickle juice and peeled and seeded cucumber &quot;spears&quot;. They turned out great after only 48 hours in the refrigerator. Highly recommended and a great way to save money while enjoying pickles!</p><p>.</p>
<p>I hate to throw anything away :-)<br>May give this a try :-)</p>
<p>This is freaking genius.</p>
Great idea! Wish I'd seen this before okra season was over. Thanks for Sharing!
Thanks Uncle! There's always grocery store Okra or next year.

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