Any good uses for pickle juice?

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  1. Victoria Lynn profile image90
    Victoria Lynnposted 9 years ago

    Any good uses for pickle juice?

    I try to live frugally and not be wasteful. Are there ways to use the pickle juice from a jar of pickles once the pickles are all gone?

  2. lmarsh1203 profile image60
    lmarsh1203posted 9 years ago

    My mom used to stick baby corn in the pickle juice. It was actually really good, and we loved it as kids.

  3. Just Ask Susan profile image92
    Just Ask Susanposted 9 years ago

    Keep that leftover pickle juice  for recipes, marinades, salad dressing and more. read more

  4. daskittlez69 profile image76
    daskittlez69posted 9 years ago

    I slice up cucumbers and put them in the jar to soak for about a month.

  5. EclecticFusion profile image76
    EclecticFusionposted 9 years ago

    Sorry, my only use for pickle juice is to drink it!

  6. MickS profile image60
    MickSposted 9 years ago

    Use it to sprinkle on your fish n chips.

  7. profile image0
    Arlene V. Pomaposted 9 years ago

    Yes, it would be a shame to waste pickle juice!  I used to drink the stuff until I had to cut down on the sodium.  My ex mother-in-law mixed pickle juice with mayonaise, then put the "sauce" over coleslaw or lettuce as salad dressing.  Mixed this sauce into potato salad, too.

  8. Sunshine625 profile image90
    Sunshine625posted 9 years ago

    My granddaughter drinks it, a little at a time. She's a pickle fanatic and 5 years old. Need I say more.

    1. Diana Grant profile image98
      Diana Grantposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Yes I like the taste of some pickle water too - such as cucumber or other sweetish pickles, but not pickled onion water, which is strong

  9. Turtlewoman profile image93
    Turtlewomanposted 9 years ago

    If you suffer from a muscle cramp during a workout or sporting event, drink pickle juice. Find out how pickle juice can get rid of muscle cramps fast! read more

  10. CynDwyer profile image74
    CynDwyerposted 9 years ago

    Make Picklebacks.  Chase a shot of Jameson Whiskey with a shot of pickle juice.  It's delicious.  I first had these at Good Co in Williamsburg, Brooklyn http://www.goodcobk.com/ . Now I save all of my pickle juice at home to make these when I have friends over.

  11. Cardisa profile image90
    Cardisaposted 9 years ago

    Pickle juice recipes. Make relish and pickled cabbage from pickle juice. Use up your pickle juice, don't throw it away! read more

  12. Der Meister profile image60
    Der Meisterposted 9 years ago

    Besides what has already been mentioned, try some experimentation with food recipes. Results may vary, though.

  13. teaches12345 profile image89
    teaches12345posted 9 years ago

    I had to look in on this question because I could not imagine how it could be re-used.  I found some really good answers that I intend to try.  My favorites are: sprinkling it over fish and chips and pickling cucumbers and baby carrots.

  14. April Reynolds profile image81
    April Reynoldsposted 9 years ago

    I splash some in the deviled part of my deviled eggs and use it in mac salad and egg salad

  15. wiserworld profile image90
    wiserworldposted 9 years ago

    You can make pickled eggs I think, but I am not sure how you'd go about doing that exactly. My neighbor used to use it on steak to make it more tender. I would opt to just drink it straight from the jar though.

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  16. strecker1994 profile image60
    strecker1994posted 9 years ago

    You can drink it like Snooki did in Jersey Shore

  17. profile image53
    kelluckyposted 9 years ago

    Yes! It's great for soaking pickles in.                     Dill and the other kind

  18. joyathome profile image61
    joyathomeposted 9 years ago

    Once a friend of ours suggested putting pickle juice on a skin burn. I just looked it up online to verify and found that others have found that cold vinegar (a component in pickle juice) helps soothe sunburn and prevent blisters.

  19. foodiegonehealthy profile image61
    foodiegonehealthyposted 9 years ago

    I know this sounds crazy, but it works.  It you have a leg cramp or charley horse eat a pickle or drink some pickle juice and it will stop the spasm.

  20. Diana Grant profile image98
    Diana Grantposted 8 years ago

    You can use it to de-scale the calcium deposit in kettles or round your taps, and add it to curries, or Chinese meals or anything where you might otherwise use lemon juice

 
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