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<p>A solution to too many garlic scapes: preserve them for later use.</p>Source: adapted from a recipe at snowflakekitchen.wordpress.com (Entered by Pat Whetham)
Serves: up to you
Step by Step Instructions
- Decide what size jar to make (pint?, quart?) Measure "parts" of vinegar and water accordingly (to make 1 qt jar use 1 1/2 cup of each)
- Bring the vinegar, water and salt to a boil to make the brine.
- Stuff your jar - seasonings first (these can be varies according to your taste. It's okay to use dill seed or pickling spice) then as many scapes as you can fit in the jar.
- Pour boiling brine over the scapes in the jar. Cover tightly and allow to cool to room temperature. Then refrigerate.
- Wait approximately 2 weeks to taste so that flavors have a chance to blend. These are refrigerator garlic scape pickles.
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