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Dill Pickle Soup

Dill Pickle Soup

In Poland and other parts of Eastern Europe, pickling was a common way of preserving fruits, vegetables, meats, and eggs before refrigeration became widespread. The soup's base of pickled baby cucumbers, (what we just call plain old pickles) in hot broth imakes for a truly delicious and simple soup. Incidentally, this soup has an interesting background. Eastern European hangover cures often center around salty foods, in order to replenish the salts lost through dehydration, which is a side effect of excessive drinking.

  • ingredients

    Potato, Onion, Carrots, Celery, Dill, Pickles, Sour Cream, Flour, Garlic, Pickle Juice, Black Pepper, Salt, Sugar, Butter

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