Pickle lovers are often particular. Most have strong opinions on style – some prefer a juicy whole pickle while others prefer a crunchy spear – and ever deeper stances on taste. Get them on the topic of grocery store brands, and you better buckle down for a debate. While it's hard to get a bread-and-butter fan to agree with a spicy pickle fanatic or Kosher dill devotee, Southern pickle enthusiasts can see eye to eye on one thing: there's nothing quite like homemade.Here, we make classic homemade Kosher Dills in as easy as two steps and six ingredients. Pickling cucumbers are the variety used for pickles. They're small, about 3 to 4 inches long, with a think green skin and a mild, crisp flesh. With the right spices and jarring, these small cucumbers create a whole pickle with a nice snap that's never too soggy. Dress jars up for easy hostess or holiday gifts or keep them casual for everyday snacking.
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