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3 Words: Add Pickle Juice

Yes, you can add it to rice — and you will like it

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Even before the quarantine, I was big on repurposing and rarely threw out a broccoli floret, let alone a whole roast chicken carcass. But the greenish liquid in the jar after you eat the pickles? That’s practically water.

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Kerri Conan

Kerri Conan

Cookbook developer, longtime Mark Bittman colleague, home economics advocate.

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