How To Make Homemade Naturally Fermented Dill Pickles

How To Make Homemade Naturally Fermented Dill Pickles


2 pounds very fresh Kirby cucumbers, washed thoroughly

Handful of fresh, flowering dillweed

For the brine:

8 cups cold fresh water

8 tablespoons Kosher salt (By weight, you wants exactly 80 grams. The brand of kosher salt I use weighs about 10 gram per tablespoon, but yours may not, so it’s best to use a scale if possible.)

4 cloves peeled garlic

2 teaspoons whole coriander seed

2 teaspoon black peppercorn

3 or 4 bay leaves

4 whole cloves

– Ferment at room temperature (I hear that between 70-75 F. is ideal) for about a week. Check every day as these can ferment fast. They are done when you like the taste. If you go too far, they start to get soft, and the inside gets hollow. Keep the brine level topped off.

– This makes extra brine for topping off.

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