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Pickling at Seaquam Secondary School

By BYCOOP admin - Posted on 11 October 2014

A fine example of the peer mentoring strategy employed by Project Pickle in the Delta School District. Some grade 4 and 5 kids from neighbouring Cougar Canyon elementary school participate in the pickling process with cucumbers they grew on their school farms

Sadly, we ran out of bread and butter pickles last weekend. Still have some dill but I love the sweet batches made by the culinary arts students at Seaquam. It wont be long before we plant our pickling cucmber seed though!

How long before you can actually eat the pickles?

The cucumbers do not have to be small. For this style of pickle, size does not matter

I have used this recipe as well with greta success. If you like a hot sweet flavour, add a couple of teaspooons of flaked chilli peppers

For those of you who would like to make your own, here is the receipe from Canadian Living

The kids had an absolute blast yeterday! Thanks Chef Boyle!

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