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25 Ideas to Reuse Plastic Protein Powder Jugs, Jars, and Containers

My husband is a runner and works out in one form or another almost every day. After his workout he often enjoys a fruit smoothie with a scoop of peanut butter or protein powder or if he is feeling really crazy sometimes both.  I’m a fan of adding peanut butter powder to my morning oatmeal along with various nuts and dried fruit – many of which come in plastic tubs with screw on lids. Which means we end up with a lot of fairly large empty, food safe containers. Sometimes I recycled them but more often than not I reuse those empty plastic containers and my house has never been more organized – for free! Save this list of ideas and hacks to your Pinterest boards for later! Share it with your friends!   25 Ways to Recycle and Reuse Plastic Containers

The Quickest and Easiest Homemade Pickle Recipe You Will Ever Make!

I like nothing better than a good ol’ garlicky Kosher dill pickle. Try as I might, I haven’t quite found the right recipe to replicate what I devour from the store.

Which made me pretty darn sad, when we were running out of those wonderful deli pickles and the last time I went to Aldi they didn’t have any for sale. No worries! I tossed a couple of cucumbers in my cart and trotted home to make the quickest and easiest refrigerator pickle recipe you will ever make!

Let’ s get pickled!

easy dill bread and butter pickle recipe
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You will need the following ingredients for this recipe:



A jar of pickle juice – if you don’t have pickle brine on hand, you can make some on the fly using this easy Kosher Dill Pickle Mix or this simple Bread & Butter Pickle Mix if you want to make bread and butter pickles. (aff links)  Nom! Nom! Nom!

Cucumbers

Step by Step How to Make this Pickle Recipe


1. Wash and cut fresh cucumbers as desired.

2. Put the sliced cumbers in pickle brine jar and closet the lid

3. Let the pickles sit in the refrigerator for 10 days. Waiting is the most difficult part of the process!

4. Eat. Enjoy. Repeat!

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