Let's talk about Pickles

Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by partyBoy, Jan 20, 2010.

  1. partyBoy macrumors 68000

    partyBoy

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    Hey Everyone::::I wanted to know if anyone here on the forums knows the brand of pickles that the Kosher deli's use.I found some brands but i wanted to see if there's more than just a few brands out there.I am most likely going to have to go to a kosher supermarket to buy these type of pickles.The only ones that i have found in regular supermarkets that come close to the "real" kosher pickles would be from Claussen,I will post a pic of the jar and feel free to post a pic of the jar of Kosher deli pickles that you know of.

    P.S. Do not post pickles that are regular pickles(vlasic,b&g) Just Kosher Deli style pickles.
     

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  2. Surely Guest

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    These are the best Kosher dills that I've found in Los Angeles:

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    They're really good. They are definitely deli-worthy.


    You can find them at Whole Foods and Ralph's (if you're in CA) in one of the refrigerators (not on the shelf).
     
  3. motulist macrumors 601

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    The really GOOD kosher delis will use pickles made by an independent producer whose pickles you won't find in a jar on a supermarket shelf.
     
  4. Surely Guest

    Surely

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    True. Or they make their own in the deli.

    That's why I said that Bubbie's is "deli-worthy".

    Strub's kosher dills are also good, but they only sell them in Canada (I think).
     
  5. partyBoy thread starter macrumors 68000

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    I agree. Here's one brand thats not in the regular supermarkets.
     

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