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Editor's Note: From raising chickens and goats to knitting a masterpiece to pickling and preserving, we present your ultimate guide to mastering the homespun, do-it-yourself life in Indy. So slip on your gardening gloves, and let's get dirty. (See all Indy DIY stories here.) Below, a recipe including tips and important notes for the best canning and pickling outcomes. This recipe has been adapted from The Joy of Pickling by Linda Ziedrich by Indy Food Swappers' Suzanne Krowiak. It makes two pint jars.
AN IMPORTANT NOTE ON DILL SUBSTITUTION
If you don’t have access to fresh dill heads, you can substitute dill seed. As a general rule, one teaspoon of dried dill seeds will substitute for one dill head.
This article accompanied the "Master the Homespun Life" cover feature in the April 2014 issue.
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