Pickle chips

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Pickle chips

kelaaa33wish kelaaa33wish
I know this is a weird topic for this site, but I been on google and I can't seem to find what I want to know. Is there dried pickle chips and if so how do you make them?
06/02/2011
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kelaaa33wish kelaaa33wish
Maybe there is no such thing?
06/02/2011
MaryExy MaryExy
Like dried instead of fried? I just googles "pickle chips" and I saw plenty of recipe and product results... If you're looking for dried rather than fried, though, I think you're out of luck. Pickles get their flavor from being soaked in a pickling solution for a long time, and I think it would at least deaden if not eliminate that flavor if you dried them out.
06/02/2011
kelaaa33wish kelaaa33wish
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Originally posted by MaryExy
Like dried instead of fried? I just googles "pickle chips" and I saw plenty of recipe and product results... If you're looking for dried rather than fried, though, I think you're out of luck. Pickles get their flavor from being ...
This is true, but as odd as it may seem I don't want to eat them. I want to use them in a craft so yeah I need dried pickle chips.lol
06/02/2011
MaryExy MaryExy
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Originally posted by kelaaa33wish
This is true, but as odd as it may seem I don't want to eat them. I want to use them in a craft so yeah I need dried pickle chips.lol
Maybe dried cucumber then?

Edit: or dry split peas if it's the color you want. Those are just smaller probably
06/02/2011
kelaaa33wish kelaaa33wish
Someone asked me to make my pickle candles for a pickle fest so I am making those but she also wanted to know if I had any other pickle items, so I wanted to try n make pickle chip earrings.
06/02/2011
SexyLilPixi SexyLilPixi
Maybe you could try getting a jar of dill pickle chips, preheating the oven, but then turn the oven off & let the chips sit in there on a baking sheet with the oven door open as it cools off. That way they probably wouldn't cook or burn and it has been known to be a very effective way of drying out certain herbs. Maybe it would work for pickles? Lol
06/02/2011
ToyGurl ToyGurl
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Originally posted by kelaaa33wish
I know this is a weird topic for this site, but I been on google and I can't seem to find what I want to know. Is there dried pickle chips and if so how do you make them?
Yup, you just freeze-dry them. lol
06/02/2011
MaryExy MaryExy
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Originally posted by kelaaa33wish
Someone asked me to make my pickle candles for a pickle fest so I am making those but she also wanted to know if I had any other pickle items, so I wanted to try n make pickle chip earrings.
I honestly have no idea how that would work. You can probably find some instructions on how to make jewelry out of dried fruit and veggies (I'm assuming you'd put a lacquer or varnish of some sort on them). I think dried cucumber would be your best bet, it's closest to pickles you'll probably find...
06/02/2011
kelaaa33wish kelaaa33wish
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Originally posted by ToyGurl
Yup, you just freeze-dry them. lol
Is that different than what sexylilpixi said? If so i will try both ways.
06/02/2011
MaryExy MaryExy
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Originally posted by kelaaa33wish
Is that different than what sexylilpixi said? If so i will try both ways.
Freeze-drying would be different. I do not know how you freeze-dry, though...
06/02/2011
Ms. Spice Ms. Spice
google it! they are good
06/03/2011
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