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Pickled Okra

Started by rex, August 10, 2005, 08:57:34 PM

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rex

Everywhere I look each recipe says let it sit for 2 - 10 weeks.  Well I am craving it and don't want to wait that long.  ANyone have a recipe on this to speed up the process.  I want to do it myself and not store buy it.  Any help is greatly appreciated.

rex

I guess no one really does this anymore.  I guess I will just have to buy it at the store.

Sue

I'm sorry Rex, I have never heard of pickled Okra.  I'm actually not sure that I have ever eaten it all.

Marilyn

I looked at the recipes on the web and they all take that same length of time 2-10 weeks. I think all pickled stuff takes some "sitting" time before youcan eat them. I've never had pickled okra either.
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rex

I will let it sit then........It is great stuff you all should try it.  Thanks for the help.