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Old 07-16-2017, 11:52 AM   #41
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I dislike all kinds of pickles, and always order my food without any. Bread & butter pickles are what restaurants, food trucks, and fast food places put on their burgers.
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I like sweet pickles, and I like radishes, but I can't see any way that they would go with a sloppy joe.
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Old 07-16-2017, 12:09 PM   #43
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I used to love bread and butter pickles but my taste has changed, now I love the zesty dills and I crave green olives, used to hate them!
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Old 07-16-2017, 12:53 PM   #44
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I dislike all kinds of pickles, and always order my food without any. Bread & butter pickles are what restaurants, food trucks, and fast food places put on their burgers.
Are you sure? Every burger I used to get from fast food and restaurants had dill slices on them. B&B pickles are sickly sweet.
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Old 07-16-2017, 01:42 PM   #45
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I used to love bread and butter pickles but my taste has changed, now I love the zesty dills and I crave green olives, used to hate them!
Ha! I have been craving green olives lately too, I figured it was because I have been riding my bike so much lately in the heat and I must be craving salt lol.

I am really sad I didn't plant any pickling cucumbers this year, I really miss my homemade dill pickles. I bought a couple jars of the Clausen mini dills which are my favorite store bought brand.
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Old 07-16-2017, 01:52 PM   #46
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I dislike all kinds of pickles, and always order my food without any. Bread & butter pickles are what restaurants, food trucks, and fast food places put on their burgers.
No, those places put dill pickles on their burgers. Bread and butter pickles are very sweet.
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Old 07-16-2017, 03:22 PM   #47
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Ha! I have been craving green olives lately too, I figured it was because I have been riding my bike so much lately in the heat and I must be craving salt lol.

I am really sad I didn't plant any pickling cucumbers this year, I really miss my homemade dill pickles. I bought a couple jars of the Clausen mini dills which are my favorite store bought brand.
Maybe that's what it is! I have really tried to stay exercising, keep wanting to ride my bike but it's so hot! I'm not sure how far down the street I can make it...
My coworkers think I'm weird. I eat baby beets, zesty pickles, green olives, tuna, avocado, mustard pickles eggs everyday for months
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I like full sour but hard to find around here. I find good one in single pouches at 7-11's while traveling down south I-95 on vacation. The 7-11's up here only have regular dill/garlic up here.
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