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Quick Question - Pickle Crisp in Beans

Posted by pixie_lou 5 (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 27, 11 at 9:57

I want to try Pickle Crisp in my dried beans today. How much PC per quart?

I just put some beef in the canner now. As soon as that comes out, the beans are going in.

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RE: Quick Question - Pickle Crisp in Beans

I don't do pickled beans, but I used it on cucumber pickles and zucchini pickles this summer and was really impressed with the results. I just used the label rate, but can't remember what that is off the top of my head.

RE: Quick Question - Pickle Crisp in Beans

I ended up using the label rate - which was 1/4 tsp per quart. But they only mention pickles on the label. I had read somewhere on this forum that people were using 1 tsp per quart for potatoes. I guess I'll crack a jar real soon to check the texture and adjust my PC accordingly for future batches.

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