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The CSA keeps on giving us new varieties of organic, locally grown produce every week. The farmers certainly don't know about the Blood Type Diet, nor that my type B son is away at camp!
We've been getting a bunch of cucumbers. My Mom took some, since she doesn't follow BTD. I gave some to my ex husband, since he's a B. But I got 4 rather large cucumbers this week. My mom still hasn't finished both of the cucumbers from last week, and my ex isn't seeing the girls this week because the girls are too busy with various activities.
I decided to make pickles, so the cucumbers will still be good to eat when Jack gets home from camp.
I spent quite a bit of time online searching for pickle recipes and techniques, and finally settled on one that called for salt, white vinegar, garlic, and dill. I substituted apple cider vinegar for the white vinegar called for in the recipe, and also put in some whole peppercorns. I already had fresh garlic in the house and I bought fresh dill for this purpose.
If I get more cucumbers next week, I think I'll try making bread and butter pickles. Those won't have the probiotics of lacto-fermented pickles, but I can make them with 100% compliant ingredients for a B and I know he'll enjoy them. I'm not sure just how many dill pickles Jack will want to eat. After that, Jack will be home and I may just serve cucumbers fresh- unless he asks me to make more pickles.
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