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Spotted at Your Dekalb Farmer’s Market

posted on December 13, 2010 at 1:36 pm

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Fresh Olives from California for $2.49 a pound. They sure are beautiful, but I have no idea what to do with these. Anyone? Anyone?

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  • Re: Spotted at Your Dekalb Farmer’s Market
    posted by: Milt · December 13, 2010  2:39 PM

    A Google search for “fresh olive recipe” yielded some interesting results.

  • Re: Spotted at Your Dekalb Farmer’s Market
    posted by: Valeria · December 13, 2010  6:02 PM

    brining; for about a month with brine changes every 2-4 days, as I recall, the amount of non-iodized salt is enough to make the olives soak.

  • Re: Spotted at Your Dekalb Farmer’s Market
    posted by: Heather · December 13, 2010  6:11 PM

    Fun! You can totally cure them at home. I’d recommend the recipe in ‘Jam It, Pickle It, Cure It ” Something sort of like this: http://www.alcademics.com/2010/01/brining-olives-at-home.html

    Time-intensive, for sure, but fun if you like that sort of thing.

  • Re: Spotted at Your Dekalb Farmer’s Market
    posted by: Amalfi Girl (EatRunHaveFun.blogspot) · December 14, 2010  10:19 AM

    They are SO beautiful! If it were me, I would just draw them…
    Not very helpful, I realize, but it’s something, right?

  • Re: Spotted at Your Dekalb Farmer’s Market
    posted by: N8DGR8 · December 14, 2010  6:41 PM

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