Anyways....pickling. It's become a bit of a lost art. I can guarantee that many of your grandparents have gone through a few rounds of canning, pickling, and preserving in their lifetimes. It would a summer and autumn rite of passage to fill up your shelves with jars on jars of vegetables, fruit, and more of ready to crack open goodness. As a practice, it makes sense; preserve food from when it's freshest and then you to enjoy them months later. Nowadays, pickling still works its preservation magic like it always has, but many enjoy pickles for their flavour more than its longevity extending ability. The zesty tang of pickled food is also conveniently very easy to do at home. It's also a cheap, easy way to make food more exciting in the winters. Sound like something you want to try out? Alright, let's begin.