National Pickle Day isn't until November, but if you have a total obsession like us, Pickle Day is pretty much all day every day. Pickles for lunch, pickles for dinner — heck, we'll even take them for dessert.
And we're not just talking about the classic cucumber variety, either. You can pickle just about anything to turn a boring sandwich into a total Instagram-worthy piece of food porn. Don't believe us? Give all these pickled foods a try. You won't regret it.
These pickled cauliflower and beets are gorgeous in color and have a great bite.
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The classic Korean condiment, homemade kimchi is a great addition to your pickled pantry.
One of the most used pickled vegetable (after cucumbers, of course!), pickled red onions top tacos, sandwiches and even pasta salads.
These pickled cherries add a sweet balance to your grilled seafood and pork dishes.
A fantastic snack, colorful pickled eggs make for the perfect afternoon treat.
The perfect pickled texture, serve this pickled fairy-tale eggplant alongside your dinner or on toast.
By pickling jalapeños, the heat is subdued a bit, making these pickled jalapeños a taco favorite.
The curry powder adds such great color to this curry pickled cauliflower.
Try pickling hearty fruits like pears or apples. These pickled Asian pears with lemon are bright with citrus flavor.
Preserve the short season of Rainier cherries, and save these pickled Rainier cherries for a special treat.
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We love that this pickled plum salad is served alongside chicken. Another gorgeous way to serve it would be alongside pork chops.
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We're known to be caught snacking on these spicy pickled green beans any day.
The addition of lime makes these lime pickled onions a little more unique than the classic pickled onions.
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If you need a pickled item that impresses with its gorgeous color, then pickled beets are what you need.
Served in the Caribbean and some Latin American countries, pickled fish is alike to ceviche and a great dish for the hotter months.
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Add a bit of spice to your pickled produce by throwing in some chipotle, like in these pickled chipotle carrot straws.
If you get tons of radishes and turnips in your CSA box, then making these pickled radish and turnips should be on your to-do list.
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An option to a regular salad, having this refrigerator pickled salad saves the day when you don't have any fresh greens at home.
These tiny, pickled chiles are pickled pequins, but you can pickle any kind of chile you find in your local markets.
This tart and sweet salsa is a delicious topping to tacos. Make this pickled peach salsa this week.
Originally posted November 2014. Updated July 2017.
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