Drinking pickle juice

Dill kosher pickles are not sold in Portugal so for fathers day my wife got me a jar of vlassic dill kosher spears from amazon uk. I love them so much I want to get all the flavor I can get out of the jar. What do you think of drinking the brine after the pickles are finished?

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I think it should be a mortal sin.

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I’ve heard of people doing that to beat a drug test.

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This was funny :rofl:

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You could always put cucumbers in the jar and reuse the brine.

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I think that might taste even worse than @ZombieMombie’s fire cider. :nauseated_face::grin:

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I would love to do that but I’m worried about spoilage

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As long as they’re fully submerged, I wouldn’t think it would be a problem.

You could also make your own pickles. My friend does it and says it isn’t hard. She makes spicy pickles and they’re amazing.

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No worries. I’ll drink the leftover olive brine. It’s good.

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Oh God, has anyone here tasted Sonic’s pickle juice slush? It’s awful.

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What is it about my fire cider?! It works!

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That sounds horrible. :tired_face::tired_face::tired_face:

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I’m just messing because it sounds gross, lol

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Imma make you some

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I’d rather drink an entire 44oz pickle juice slush :joy:

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I love pickle juice kosher cold jar pickles

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I’ve started to sip from the jar, so good :blush:

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I think I read somewhere that pickle juice is good for you…I drink my pickle juice when I’m finished with the pickles…vinegar daily is good for you.

I used to drink the juice after green olives, dill pickles, and giardiniera. That is, until I developed high blood pressure, and they would upset my stomach. Lol miss those days