Garlic Pickles

Have you harvested that garlic from your garden and you know that there is no way that you will use it all before it goes bad? You want to have some to use throughout the year so these lovely garlic pickles are one great way to preserve it. Easy to make and delicious!

Loosely fill a glass jar with peeled garlic cloves. Add enough red or white wine vinegar to cover the garlic and then add about one tablespoon of sea salt per cup of vinegar. Dried (not fresh) herbs such as red pepper flakes, bay leaves, and oregano may be added to taste. Cover the jar with a tight-fitting lid and shake to distribute the salt and herbs. Refrigerator garlic pickles will keep almost indefinitely in the refrigerator, as long as the garlic remains submerged in the vinegar.