The small immature cucumbers that are known as dills or gherkins require longer processing than most vegetables, especially if their deep green color is to be fixed; they also need partial cooking. Select gherkins of the same size.
small dill cucumbers
brine, using 225 g salt to each 2 liters water
Making homemade spicing vinegar
Making quick spicing vinegar
a hah Gherkin is a name for a small pickle.
It is called a pickle.
The average width of a gherkin pickle is between 3 and 5 centimeters. The average length for this pickle is 1 to 3 centimeters.
An even younger cucumber!
DEPENDS ON BRINE BUT ALWAYS A DILL, NOT KOSHER. IT IS A TINY GHERKIN PICKLE.
A gherkin is a very small sweet pickle, about the size of a pinky finger, but green and wrinkly.
The gherkin pickle is a cucumber that has been pickled in a brine. It is often left to ferment with sugar, herbs such as parsley of tarragon, and some fruit juices, but the underlying vegetable must always be a cucumber for it to be considered a gherkin.
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A Gherkin is another name for a small pickled cucumber.
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Gherkins, of course. Americans recognize the existence of the word.However, we're more likely to just say "pickle".
Gherkins (cornichons in French) are smaller than regular cucumbers, and are picked young and dark green -- generally specifically for pickling. The taste is generally similar, though it is firmer.
You might be thinking of the word "gherkin", which in common talk people often refer to the "baby pickles" as being. Gherkin is actually a type of pickle, but the word is more commonly used in America to mean simply "little pickles".
A gherkin is a specific type of pickle. So, all gherkins are pickles, but only a small percentage of pickles are gherkins.
Whatever kind of pickle you have, whether an onion or a gherkin or whatever, the process of preserving it, e.g. soaking in vinegar, would render it incapable of growth.
The Gherkin Is 5,666m2 Big...
Sir Edward Gherkin
Officially, it's 30 St Mary Axe (the building's address). More commonly it gets called "The Gherkin" - a gherkin is the British word for a pickle. It is also sometimes called the Swiss Re Building, as Swiss Re rents half of the building's floors.
A gherkin is a fruit and is similar to a cucumber.
Yes, it is American for gherkin!
the gherkin was built as an office tower for the government
A gherkin is a young fruit or seed pod.
Yes, Gherkin is family of cucumber, so it is vegetable.
Gherkin is used to eat. i am inproving this. who Eva wrote this means the building gherkin. otherwise he/she shoulda said gerkin. not THE GHERIN.
a gherkin wrapped in herring is called a rollmop.