by Farm Ridge Foods |
Item # 980090580
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Model # 6825N |

Product Details

About this item

  • Farm Ridge Foods pickled cucumber
  • All-natural pickles with a crisp cucumber crunch
  • Farm to the container in 5 days
  • 20% more pickles per container
  • Low calorie and vegan
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Description

Looking for some great pickles that can deliver a delicious sour pickle recipe taste? Farm Ridge Foods All Natural Crunchy Cukes (1 qt.) has some crunchy naturally fermented pickles that could be an excellent choice to bring to your refrigerator.

Why Consider Farm Ridge Foods All Natural Crunchy Cukes?

These are full-size, uncut pickle spears that go from the farm to the container in just five days. They are fresh-packed and not pasteurized. You will find that you get 20% more pickles per container when you choose this option. If you discover that you and the family truly enjoy the taste of these pickles, you may want to have several of the containers in your refrigerator and ready to go.

A Quality Snack Option

If you'd like to have a healthy snack for the family, all-natural pickles with a crisp cucumber crunch could be a deal. The pickled cucumbers have been hydro-cooled, which helps to ensure their crispness and their vibrant green color. This is a vegan snack that is low in calories and carbohydrates. The pickles are gluten-free, fat-free and kosher. In addition, these pickles do not have any preservatives in them nor do they have any artificial colors. Because they have only 10 calories each, they are a good and healthy snack option. Have them at home or pack them in a lunch for school or work.

How and When Can You Use Farm Ridge Foods All Natural Crunchy Cukes?

This sour pickle recipe creates pickles that can be used in a wide range of areas around the kitchen. In addition to simply eating them right out of the container, you will find that they also work quite well when you slice them up and add them to sandwiches. You can also cut the pickled cucumber into smaller chunks and add them to tuna fish or chicken salad that you put on sandwiches, for example.

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