Today on Earth Eats, pickling 101 with Chef Daniel Orr. Grab some vegetables, any vegetables will do.
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Today on Earth Eats, we’re showing you how to pickle vegetables from your garden so you can enjoy green beans and peppers all the way into the cold months.
This colorful salad celebrates seasonal veggies. It doesn't contain any acid in order to maintain the vibrant green of the snow peas.