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Favourite Kind Of Pickled Vegetable

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what is your favourite, what uses do you put it to, and does chewing it make you wince (the acidity that is) ?

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what is your favourite, what uses do you put it to, and does chewing it make you wince (the acidity that is) ?

Tut tut. Stupid boy!

Obviously kimchee (and attendant risk of oesophagal cancer) or LiDL sauerkraut in a big ole ******off ringpull tin wot lasts till inna armagideon time.

Youngest is addicted to pickled gherkins, from somewhere flat.

Now, have you had enough attention yet?

I'm not your bloody mother.

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Tut tut. Stupid boy!

Obviously kimchee (and attendant risk of oesophagal cancer) or LiDL sauerkraut in a big ole ******off ringpull tin wot lasts till inna armagideon time.

Youngest is addicted to pickled gherkins, from somewhere flat.

Now, have you had enough attention yet?

I'm not your bloody mother.

ooh you beatch it's offtopic ffs!

and no, I haven't

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Beetroot

People who eat Piccalilli should be gassed.

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1. Beetroot

2. Onions

What others are there?

What the ****** is a gherkin? Is it a pickled courgette?

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1. Beetroot

2. Onions

What others are there?

eggs. Although these are not eaten. They are a form of performance art on the shelf behind the counter in the fish and chip shop.

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I don't know what a gherkin is*, but once pickled I favour it most of the pickled vegetables.

I like it on sandwiches, burgers, even on it's own - i'm very open minded . I'd even ***** one up the **** and **** it in **** before removing it, cleaning it and ***** it behind my ***** whilst a midget looks on in horror.

*I do, I looked it up: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gherkin

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Don't get me started on pickles.

My wife saves the leafy part of celery stalks and makes a kind of pickle that we put on top of our rice at home.

She prowls Japanese housewife recipe wesites and nets some good ones. Tonight we got (amongst other things) a kind of coleslaw made from just cabage, sesame seed oil and a dash of salt and pepper. It really worked.

I am scared to throw out what often look like drying vegable peelings because she's probably going to use them in some new experiemental pickle recipe.

:huh:

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Beetroot

People who eat Piccalilli should be gassed.

Harsh, but understandable.

Cornichon for me, much nicer than their bigger ugly cousins.

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1. Beetroot

2. Onions

What others are there?

red cabbage.

gherkins

homemade pickled rats tail radishes bleurgh!

Homemade beetroot on a cheese sandwich. Delic.

red cabbage in noodles with other veggies. nom nom.

red cabbage on a cheesey jacket spud.

But some pickles have loads of salt in - so got to cut down.

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ok then. Thanks to the help of other posters i can now update my list:

3. Gerkhins

4. Red cabbage

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Harsh, but understandable.

Cornichon for me, much nicer than their bigger ugly cousins.

Definitely cornichons. They go well in a bagel with cream cheese, salami/parma ham, tomato and a bit of mayo on top.

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