Learn how to can some delicious pickled pineapple and enjoy it all year round. Pickles are dubbed as the new kale and this is not just because they are super healthy. Today, self-proclaimed foodies and hip restaurants alike are adding pickles to their menu.
However, the pickles today that you can see popping up at fancy grocery stores and farmers’ markets are no longer that boring cucumber type that are often added to soggy deli sandwiches. What pickles mean today are those sophisticated and unexpected veggies and fruits that you would never expect to see inside pickle jars. Sadly, such gourmet pickles tend to be very expensive.
According to Kasandra Brabaw, pickle lovers are lucky enough because it is actually very easy to make your own pickles at home. With just the simple combination of water, salt, spices, and vinegar, you can now pickle just all foods you can find at home. The best thing is that DIY pickles allow you to control the amount of sugar and salt you add to let you make a healthy treat with low calorie content.
One of the most unexpected pickle recipes you can find today is none other than pickled pineapples. Pickled pineapples might sound like too much of a mouthful yet the combination of the pickle ingredients will let enjoy a great treat perfect as salad topper or as a sandwich addition.
Putting Up With Erin gives you a useful pickled pineapple recipe that you can try at the comforts of your home.
Raised in rural Montana and educated in Mechanical Engineering and Sustainable Development, Paige Raymond combines a practical mindset with a passion for self-reliance and sustainability. With expertise ranging from mechanical solutions and food preservation to emergency preparedness and renewable energy, Paige is a proud author with more than 5000 published articles.
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