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Ingredients 2 cups apple cider vinegar 2 tablespoons honey  Salt 1 glass jar with lid  Recipe 1. Slice 2 good size cucumbers  2. Put 1 tablespoon salt on the sices 3. Mix around so they are all salted 4. Put into a colander over a bowl and refrigerate for a few hours so the water leaves the cucumbers and goes into the bowl 5. After a few hours take out of fridge 6. Drain water out and rinse cucumbers 7. Mix vinegar with honey and put  8. Put the cucumber slices in a large jar and cover with the vinegar/honey liquid 9. Put jar in fridge where it can last for one month 10 Keep cucumbers in vinegar or take them out depending on how strong you want the taste.  10. You can move pickles to another jar to eat that week and then add more cucumbers to the vinegar/honey mixture and use this for weeks  11. Use vinegar/honey until you think it has no more taste then start again so you have pickles as long as you like

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