April Mastery Challenge Round-Up: Quick Pickles

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April is over and so it’s a wrap for our quick pickle challenge! This month, 202 people submitted their projects and lots more joined the conversation in the Facebook group and on Instagram. As always, it was so much fun for me to see everyone trying new recipes and finding ways to create interesting flavor combinations.

As is so often the case in these monthly challenges, there was a huge amount of space to move and explore within the confines of the topic. And while it appears that the most popular things to quick pickle were cucumber, cauliflower, eggs, and red onions, you guys managed to pickle more than 30 different fruits, vegetables, and protein (primarily chicken and quail eggs).

As you can see in the image above, a little less than half of you made just one batch of pickles. The remainder of you let the challenge inspire you throughout the month and you made many more batches. It’s a lot of quick pickles and I couldn’t be more pleased!

This pair of images tells us that while many of you were already feeling quite friendly towards quick pickling, even more participants are happy with the way their projects turned out.

Alliums

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Brassicas

Cucurbits

Grasses and Asparagus

Fruit

Legumes

Mixes and Medleys

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Nightshades

Proteins

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Roots & Umbelifers

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One Response to April Mastery Challenge Round-Up: Quick Pickles

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    Billy says:

    What a great way to get people involved and excited about pickling! Do you guys do this challenge every month? I am definitely interested in participating! Can I continue to keep an eye on your blog for more information on the next mastery challenge? I love pickling onions, carrots, and many other vegetables. I have yet to try fruit though! First time for everything.

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