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    Jayzus, why did it take me...a pickle guy from waaaaaaay back, so long to try this.

    Brilliant!

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    These are more sweet than heat...but dang, these are gooooooood.


    Ok, does anyone know a store, or a take out place, that has pickled eggs?
    Odd request, I know...but I'm on a pickle quest and I need to know how they taste. Greater east and west la area...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post


    These are more sweet than heat...but dang, these are gooooooood.


    Ok, does anyone know a store, or a take out place, that has pickled eggs?
    Odd request, I know...but I'm on a pickle quest and I need to know how they taste. Greater east and west la area...
    You could make your own. There are plenty of recipes online but it's 50/50 white or apple cider vinegar and water, plus pickling spices. You can do a higher ratio of vinegar if you want it stronger. Also, adding stuff like beets or turmeric also changes the color if you want that. But if you don't want to follow a recipe, just use the jar of pickles you have. When you run out of pickles, don't throw it away. Get another container with a lid, about 12-24 ounces. Fill the container with peeled hard boiled eggs & pour back in the liquid including the spices. Then let it sit in the refrigerator. It takes maybe 2 days to absorb the flavor but the longer they're in the more they absorb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    Ok, does anyone know a store, or a take out place, that has pickled eggs?
    Odd request, I know...but I'm on a pickle quest and I need to know how they taste. Greater east and west la area...
    If you want the best, head to Joe Jost's in Long Beach. If you don't want to drive...they sell the kit online.

    https://joejosts.myshopify.com/colle...ickled-egg-mix

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