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Post  davecourington 6/11/2014, 2:46 pm

Goosegirl wrote:
68carguy wrote:...
Yeah I bought one of those pickle buckets from Firehouse Subs...never again....my my..... you can never get the smell out.
I would be afraid anything I grew in it would taste like it smells!!

Definitely for pickling cukes only - they may grow smelling pre-brined! Wink 
I get those to use as water buckets for my chickens... All you have to do is wash them with a 50% solution of lemon juice and let them air dry outside for a day and the lemon and the sun will get rid of the pickle smell. But, if you can get the ones from the bakery for free I would jump on that.
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