Meatless Monday: 16 Delicious Vegan Pickle Recipes for International Pickle Week!

Some of you have been waiting all year for this. Sleeping with your mason jars tucked under your pillows, dreaming of all the different pickles you would eat. Well, now it’s here, and if you are a beginner pickler like myself, you are on the hunt for a  bunch of simple-ish, foolproof recipes to get your feet wet. Pickling is one of the oldest methods of preparing/preserving foods. The natural fermentation process delivers numerous health benefits. From improving digestion to strengthening immune systems, naturally pickled foods are far more than delicious!

I have assembled together some of the best pickle recipes that the internets have to offer! From simple refrigerator pickles to the “fancy” kinds that require canning and all that jazz. What are your favorite pickle recipes? Share them with us in the comments section!

Garlic Dill

photo: Serious Eats

Garlic & Coriander Baby Carrots

photo: The Kitchn

Pickled Asparagus

photo: She Simmers

Pickled Onions

photo: Inspired Taste

Russian Pickled Watermelon

photo: Andre Baranowski

Cucumber Pepper Relish

photo: Food in Jars

Pickled Red Tomatoes

photo: Todd Coleman

Spicy Beer Pickles

photo: Brooklyn Beer Shop

Kimchi

photo: Vegetarian Times

Pickled Shallots

photo: Bon Appetit

Pickled Garlic

photo: Pinch My Salt

Pickled Tofu Carpaccio

South African Style Pickled Mango

photo: Whole Foods Market

Pickled Asian Pears with Lemon

photo: Food in Jars

Dill Pickle Dip

photo: SpaBettie

Fried Pickles

photo: Vegan Happy Hour

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3 Responses to Meatless Monday: 16 Delicious Vegan Pickle Recipes for International Pickle Week!

  1. Kristina says:

    international pickle week?!??! heck yeah! I love me some pickles and pickled things – thanks for a great collection!

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