Can I reuse pickle juice?
>>16053637If you're not drinking it you're doing it wrong.
>>16053640But can I pickle shit again if I heat it up. When does it lose its magic properties
For up to a year.
>>16053645How can you use it again if you've drank it though?
It's vinegar. It becomes more expensive with time.Not really, you could try making mayo with it.
>>16053646explain, do people ussually just heat it up again?Im not very familiar with pikling, just did it with a few eggs but I dont wanna waste the jews
i flick it on my sandwiches for flavor
>>16053740A shame how bad his more recent standup is. Its like that Randy character Aziz Ansari did, but unironic
>>16053637I used pickle juice to top up a batch of sour kraut that didn't quite have enough liquid to submerge everything. The sour kraut has a hint of dill and garlic now, I like it.
Did you make it yourself?
>>16053637That guy looks like that incel shooter had he been obese
>>16053637Fuck yeah. I don't make my own brine, so when I finish a jug of Grillo's I pick peppers from my garden and throw them right in the tub.I'll add a little extra garlic and some whole peppercorns but that's about it.It doesn't go bad, so why waste it?
based smiling fat elliot
>>16053637>Can you Google?
Not really it can be used a a brine. I just throw it in all my cocktails these days.
>>16053637what happened to elliot?!
>>16054615it's not like he has to look good for the ladies.
>>16053637Combine some with buttermilk for fried chicken marinade
Whenever I finish a pickle jar I drop in 2 or 3 hardboiled eggs and wait a couple of weeks. I don't reuse the juice more than once though.
>>16053637Why does him being fat make him look less white?
I do a quick pickle with left over brine sometimes
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWLu3q9FEmPPYKcUAxKZb2A/videoshe would have been more of a successful living a mediocre lifesuch as life
>>16053637Is this a fat Elliot Rodger?
>>16053637I think you could reuse it once or maybe twice, but eventually it's going to get diluted by the water in the vegetables. If you can get some concentrated acetic acid to keep it at around 5% acidity then I think you could pretty much reuse it indefinitely.
>>16053637Of course you can
>>16054615vanilla ices lattes are packed with calories
>>16053637He looks like one of my friends from high school