A classic Russian Pickles recipe with lots of garlic, dill and spices, naturally crunchy. Home canning is easier than you think. Canning Dill Pickles is the best way to preserve your cucumbers. Homemade Dill Pickles
Place the jar in a boiling water bath ensuring the lid is coveredFull canning recommendations from the USDA can be found here. Keep the pickles in the water bath for 15 minutes before carefully removing and placing upside down on the countertop until fully cool. The jar should be sealed and ready for storing in your pantry. If the top of your lid still pops, then the seal did not take, so keep refrigerated and enjoy your pickles right away.
TIP: Use Pickling Salt instead of table salt. There are impurities in regular salt that will make your brine cloudy. Canning can be tricky, if it looks, smells or seems funny, don't risk it but throw it out. If in doubt, throw it out!