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  1. #1
    runabout57
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    Default Need Help with Relish

    I do not post often, but read everything, every day, but now I have a

    question. I bought a gallon size Relish for a hot dog sale for band

    day. However, it was not all used. Does anyone have any suggestions

    as to how I can preserve this. Can I freeze it? I would hate for it

    to spoil. I just knew you could give me some pointers. thanks Runabout.








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    Liss
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    >>I bought a gallon size Relish for a hot dog sale for band day. However, it was not all used. Does anyone have any suggestions as to how I can preserve this. Can I freeze it? I would hate for it to spoil. <<

    Vacuum Seal it & freeze it in small portions.

    Other uses:

    Use as a Flavor Enhancer in


    * Tuna salad (helps reduce mayonnaise.)
    * Chicken salad (helps reduce mayonnaise.)
    * Potato salad
    * Marinades on meats, poultry and pork
    * Make Tartar Sauce

  3. #3
    Charlotte
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    RE: Budget101.com : Need Help with Relish

    Store it in your pantry in a smaller container. It has enough vinegar in it to not have to keep it refrigerator.
    if you freeze it, the pickles will become mushy.

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    runabout57
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    I've already put the relish in smaller containers and place them in the freezer. Did I hear correctly that I should not do that?

    Pennie

  5. #5
    Tressa Watts
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    RE: Budget101.com : RE: Need Help with Relish

    Personally I will not eat Ketchup or mustard or relish not refrigerated...my husband will leave it out and I will throw it away....

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    Charlotte
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    RE: Budget101.com : RE: Need Help with Relish

    I wouldn't of. It is not necessary to even refrigerate it - because of the high vinegar content (the jar does not say it needs to refrigerated). It won't be crunchy - will be mushy now.
    Just like mustard or ketchup does not need to be refrigerated.

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    Katlee
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    Re: Budget101.com : RE: Need Help with Relish

    These ABSOLUTELY !!! need to be refridgerated!

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    lisa griffeth
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    RE: Budget101.com : RE: Need Help with Relish

    Glad to know I'm not the only one- if it's out of the refrig for long, those items get tossed out in my home as well...I won't take the chance of something gross growing in them.

    Lisa G.

 

 

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