Blue-Ribbon Amish Dill Pickles. This is the best and easiest recipe and your family and friends will rave. Would make great gifts! And you don't even need a canner! Recipe and step-by-step instructions in post.
THE CRUNCHIEST DILL PICKLES EVER "The reason that homemade pickles generally become mushy over time is that there is an enzyme on the flowering end of the cucumber that does not get destroyed during the canning process. As a result, it breaks down the fibers in the cucumber over time and turns it into a soft & mushy pickle within 6 months. The secret is a product up in Canada called Pickle Crisp by Bernardin (Canada’s answer to USA’s Ball AND IT IS AVAILABLE ON AMAZON.COM).