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Many of us love snacking on dill pickles or eating them alongside our burgers and sandwiches. The problem is, most already-made varieties are typically high in sodium. That's why it's always better to make your own Homemade Pickles. Not only do they taste fresher than fresh, but they're healthier for you, too!
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Apr 12, 2017
I love pickles. I have not eaten any since I was told to cut back on the sodium because of high blood pressure. This sounds very easy to make. Can I substitute the fresh dill for dried dill and if so how much should I use? Maybe I should grow my own dill. I know my grocery store does not have it.
Test Kitchen Team
Apr 13, 2017
Hi there! Yes, you can substitute 1/4 tsp fresh dill or 1 tsp dried dill in this recipe. Enjoy!
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