Adamah Pickles in the News!

July 24, 2009 at 7:48 am | Posted in Uncategorized | 3 Comments

Check out this piece written by Leah Koenig published in the Jewish Daily Forward this week. The article, about the fascinating history of the pickle, includes a mention of lacto fermentation champions such as Sandor Katz and Adamah’s own Miriam Feiner, stating, “Together, these picklers, and others like them, are restoring the pickle’s reputation as an icon all its own.” Check it out here http://www.forward.com/articles/109574/.

P.S. Last week saw the first of this year’s pickles coming out of the barrel and into the jar. Horray for pickle season!

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  1. Hi there,

    Very excited to have come across your blog. Just posted a link off to your site and the “No Second Fiddle” article on my pickle blog: http://www.pickle-girl.blogspot.com.

    Love what you are all about!

    Jen

  2. [...] and the foodies. There was dual city McClure (NYC and Detroit of course). I chuckled at the sign at Adamah — “grown and pickled by young Jewish farmers” — as though their becoming [...]

  3. [...] and the foodies. There was dual city McClure (NYC and Detroit of course). I chuckled at the sign at Adamah — “grown and pickled by young Jewish farmers” — as though their becoming [...]


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