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Old 08-01-2019, 08:49 AM   #1
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Pickled Okra

Hi I am new here and this is my first post. I have a gallon jar of pickled okra and haven't opened it because it needs refrigerated after opening. Would pressure canning it in quart jars work or would it probably turn to mush. Thanks.

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Don't do it !!!!

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Old 08-01-2019, 10:25 AM   #3
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What's the reason for not doing it?
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What's the reason for not doing it?
Because pressure canning would change the
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Old 08-01-2019, 11:06 AM   #5
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That's pretty much what I figured. I may put them in smaller containers and share with the neighbors. Thanks for the reply.
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Welcome to the forum, Fred!

I'm assuming that you bought that okra, or you would have used smaller jars, to begin with? Like the others, I definitely wouldn't re-process it, even in a water bath, which would probably be safe, since that's what is used in commercial pickles, but they would get soft. Good idea to find some friends to give some to, where you could eat some with them, too!

I have to find a good recipe for pickled okra, as I'm harvesting a generous amount of it. I just sliced, blanched, and froze 4 pints of it today. I'm sure that I would use pint jars for pickles.
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I'm assuming that you bought that okra, or you would have used smaller jars, to begin with? Like the others, I definitely wouldn't re-process it, even in a water bath, which would probably be safe, since that's what is used in commercial pickles, but they would get soft.
Just FYI, it's not always possible to make the same kinds of pickles at home as they make commercially. Manufacturers have different equipment available that cools and pressurizes foods in ways that aren't possible at home.
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Thanks Dave, I was pretty sure that canning them was a bad idea but thought I would throw it out there anyway. I like pickled okra but a gallon is a lot. I messaged a few friends and hopefully I can make smaller jars and hand them out. I too make pickles and eat lots of them but with the okra a little bit goes a long way.
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Heard about it the first time.
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