I will rape you so bad the room will stink
Refreshingly high quality. Until I find something better, this is the only brand I'll buy.
i like these. german brand though, and i get them in scandinavialand
I love the smell of pickles and when I see a whole large one I just want to take a big ass bite out of it. But they just taste gross and are only edible when cut thinly and used sparingly.
best large brand by a longshot
those costco spears in the big container are also super good
Vlasic by a mile. the Naturals they have now are fucking fantastic but I always have a jar of dill babys in the fridge.
I usually finish a jar, slice up whatever fresh cukes and or carrot I have into the jar and a few days later, presto, more pickles.
you people are good at pickling shit so I'll take your word for eat
There's really only two kinds of pickles I really love anymore.
>the Safeway store brand kosher dills and spicy dills
These just have a nice, strong flavor, and the brine is great for pickled eggs
>Half-sours from the local Russian market
These are pickles I could eat all day 'erry day. They're awesome. Half sours are the best pickles ever.
I bought some of these when Joe Rogan mentioned them. The way he described them sold me. Probably the only thing that he ever said on his podcast that I bought.
Pretty fucking delicious. Only had them once because they were out of stock and on back order for fucking months.
I like to take fresh pickles, splash some vinegar on them, let them sit for a bit, and call it good. Maybe a bit of sugar, salt, and dill. Dab of sour cream. Maybe, if I'm feeling adventurous, a dash of paprika.
Before moving to the East Coast I wasn't aware of half-sour pickles. Then I went to a Jewish deli and tried one. Best motherfucking pickles ever.
You have to get small ones though so they have the proper crunch.
Tried these a while back. Thought they were fantastic. Claussen are also good but they are nothing like European pickles.
Who the fuck puts pickles in cans? How are you supposed to keep them after they've been opened? Well, better put them in a jar now. Why didn't the fucking company do that in the first place?
I recently bought Vlasic farmers garden bread and butter chips. 8/10 great pickles
MClures pickles are to die for, only made in Detroit and Brooklyn though :(
The first time I had these, I thought they were the best pickles I've ever had. The next jar wasn't nearly as good. The third jar was different from the first two. There was no consistency between batches and I haven't bought a $10 jar of pickles since.
I have to have vinegar with everything I eat.
> Milwaukee’s Wisconsin’s hometown favorites!
> from New Jersey…
Does anybody know of any Michigan made pickles?
We're the largest grower of cucumbers in the country but I don't know of any Michigan pickle companies?
Who /lovespicklesbutonlyslicedorbabyones/ here?
I don't know why but The larger pickles just taste different to me, but fucking hell I love the baby pickles or the sliced/spear ones. I can eat a whole jar in a sitting, although I don't actually do that.
Do I just have autism?
why would anyone eat these when claussen are equally available
I keep coming back to these. I mix it up between the regular, hearty garlic and hot&spicy kind but the minis are my favorite cause they stay crunchier longer.
These are worse than vlasic. The brine isn't bad but god they're so mushy.
As far as bread & butter go these are my jam. Vlasic decided to not suck with this line.
Never had their spicy but regular is pretty good, I was kinda suprised how strong of a dill flavor they had.
I'll get these from time to time. Kinda torn between these and Claussen on spicy pickles.
never seen, would try
this. You havin' a laugh?
Haven't seen pic related mentioned. Couldn't find a better pic but it's san francisco pickle company spicy roasted garlic. Nothing to really rave about but probably some of the best balance between heat and garlic flavor I've had. It's like a mix between claussen hot&spicy and boars head.