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No-Salt Refrigerator Pickles

No-Salt Refrigerator Pickles
This is my brother's recipe, best with freshly picked cukes from his garden. It couldn't be simpler and is salt-free. Also works with carrots, beets, okra, watermelon rind, etc. p.s. When I'm really lazy, I just throw the ingredients into the pickle juice left from store-bought pickles; this is a great way to use watermelon rinds.

Submitted by: Joan from Washington, DC
Yield: As many jars as you want to fill.


Featured in this Recipe

Chiles, Crushed Red Flakes

Crushed Red Chiles


Jar, 1/2 Cup, 1.7 oz.


Preparation Instructions:

Thinly slice cucumbers.

Add herbs and garlic/pepper/onion.

Sprinkle with sugar.

Douse with vinegar.

Put in fridge for about 2 days, stirring occasionally.


Based on 5 reviews

Customer Reviews

Linda Skaggs

My husband is on a low salt diet due to medical issues. He’s missed dill pickles on his sandwiches. This recipe is awesome! I’ve made it several times and it makes such a difference in the sandwiches.

Jane Jordan

Amazing !!!!! I have a heart problem and gave up pickles because no salt one’s didn’t cut it for me. Your recipe put pickles back on the menu. Thank you. I did add a little no salt seasoning. Perfect!!!

Peggy Thompson

Great flavor for those limiting their salt. I did add a 1/4 of a cup of water to the second batch to tone done the vinegar.


Great for a low sodium diet but you crave pickles. I like when pickles have that tangy vinegar flavor.


Not bad, but very vinegary. Maybe with a little water added to dilute or more sugar.

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