It’s rumored that pickle brine can help relieve muscle cramps, so pour yourself a shot if you’re in need of a post-workout pick-me-up.
Perk up your cocktails with a little leftover pickle brine. Adding to a Bloody Mary is an obvious choice, but what about replacing the olive juice with pickle juice in that dirty martini?
So obvious right!? Add cucumber to leftover pickle brine to give them a quick pickle. Try pickling onions, garlic, peppers, beets, soft cheeses, even hard-boiled eggs.
Pickle juice can indeed be the star! Ever heard of pickle soup? Or try this awesome Dill Pickle Vinaigrette. Hit the link below for the recipe.
The acidity in pickle juice makes it a great meat tenderizer and ready-made brine. Try using it as a brine for pork chops or to tenderize tougher cuts of steak, like skirt steak.
If that store-purchased barbecue sauce or salad dressing just isn’t lively enough, add some pickle juice to the mix, a little at a time, until it pops. Try adding it to soups and pasta salads too.
Have a copper pan that's looking a little lackluster? Make it shine again with pickle juice! Apply pickle juice with a soft cloth and give it an all-over scrub.