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  • # You will need a 1 quart (or a 1 liter) glass mason jar. For jars that are slightly bigger or smaller, adjust the ingredient quantities accordingly. Place all the ingredients except the sea salt into the jar. The jar should be full, so add or remove part or all of a tomato if necessary.Next, fill the jar with filtered water to the top. Then, while holding the lid over the mouth of the jar to prevent the vegetables from falling out, pour the water into a bowl.
  • # 2 Add the sea salt to the water and stir until all the salt is dissolved. Pour the salted water back into the jar and cover it very loosely.
  • # 3 Let stand for 2-3 days (doesn't get much easier than that!) Once a day, tighten the lid and turn the jar upside down for a few seconds, then set it back down, loosen the lid and let stand until the next day. After two days, taste to see if you like it. If you find it’s a bit bland for your taste, let it stand for another day. Then refrigerate and enjoy.
  • # 4 This will keep for approximately 2 months refrigerated.

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  • rivet 4 years ago
    What a nice recipe, thanks for sharing it! I will try some of that from this years vegetable garden. Found another forum with lots of fascinating Eastern European recipes you might like to see- it has lots of pictures from folks who post their recipes.

    http://foodsoftheworld.activeboards.net/forums.html

    Do you do any canning?
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