canning


V.20 No.41 | 10/13/2011
Gearing up for a canning session
Mina Yamashita

Mina's Dish

In a Pickle

Canning, drying and freezing made easy

By Mina Yamashita
In our musty Detroit cellar my mother tended a 5-gallon crock. She was making tsukemono—a fermented cabbage pickle that’s like kimchi but without the heat. Tsukemono was my introduction to homemade pickles that employed a process learned over generations.

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