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The harvest is in full swing. Your neighbors don’t want anymore of your zucchini and if you were wise enough to plant those pole beans, they are likely out of control! Having a garden with high yielding vegetables is such a rewarding experience. You just always have something to pick. Still, the time can come where you are absolutely overwhelmed by it all. Its an amazing situation to find yourself in. Instead of composting most of your garden why not learn some preservation methods and take advantage of that extra produce later in the year?
If you are interested in pickling, this article is going to give you a powerful recipe for getting that done. You will find a number of vegetables to pickle but this article is centered around pickling green beans. Whether you grow them on a bush or on a pole, these beans are prolific and they need a good pickling!