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2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow, so tasty
What are the cons? None!
This is my first year growing the Chicago Pickling Cucumber from Baker Creek. Wow! I can't believe how many cukes I'm getting, how early they matured, how many blossoms are still on the very healthy vines, and how tasty these cukes are for both slicing and pickling. I've already pickled enough for our family for the year and I'm still getting so many cukes that neighbors and friends are reaping the benefit now. This one's a keeper.
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What are the pros? Everything
What are the cons? Nothing
These are great! Off of 4 plants, I got enough to make over 20 quarts of pickles. They are the perfect size and are nice and crunchy. I had a couple hide from me and get way over ripe but they still had great flavor. No bitterness at all. I will be planting these again for sure!
What are the pros? awesome amout of pickles
What are the cons? nothing
amazing producers so far this year. producing twice as many pickles as my normal plants. great quality. my vines have reached 12 foot high so far. makes the best pickles I have made in years!!!
5 out of 5 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow heavy producer
What are the cons? None
List summer i grew these to make pickles and i have to say they grew like weeds! I HAD only 6 vines growing up a plastic construction fence and by late June i was picking two dozen a day! My wife and I made over 100 jars of pickles and the people at the race track i work for could not buy them fast enough. Going to plant thee times what i planned last year. Add a little bday leaf in your pickles and they stay crispy for months. They grew into October however not well. I just let them die but the ones i threw on the ground started growing late in the year.
4 out of 5 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Prolific & Disease Resistant
What are the cons? none
Used these fresh and they are tasty, but they really shine in pickles. Lacto-fermented or vinegar brined quick style-- either way, they are fantastic. But I have been crying since the fall when we pickled our last batch because I knew we'd run out at some point. This year we're planting double.
We live in San Diego County. Nematodes are a big problem for us, but these did really well despite the little buggers. They are a bit spiny but soooo delicious.