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Converting a refrigerator pickle recipe to water bath canned recipe

ggeorgio | Aug 26, 201904:01 PM    

I LOVE candied dill pickles- the recipes use commercially prepared & bottled dill pickles (like you buy at the grocery store) that are drained of the pickle juice, salt-water brined overnight, rinsed, simmered in sugar-vinegar-spices syrup, bottled in jars and stored in the refrigerator (no canning) . I want to make a large batch of these candied dills but have VERY limited space in my small refrigerator. Can I convert a refrigerator candied dill pickle recipe using commercially prepared dill pickles to a water bath canned pickle method so I can store them indefinitely without refrigeration? Thanks for your help with this!

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