True connoisseurs know when they’ve gotten into a real pickle.
A pickle-loving reader alerted us to Felix Gourmet Kosher Dills from Canby, Ore. The old-fashioned pickles are fermented for a full year in barrels, and come packed in their original brine, with fresh dill, garlic and spices - but no vinegar or preservatives.
The result: A sweet, salty but not sharp-tasting pickle with a distinctive dill flavor.
Price: $3.37 for a 32-ounce jar.
Available: At Fred Meyer in the Spokane Valley, 15609 E. Sprague. Also available through mail order, by the case; for information, call (503) 266-5256.
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