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The crunchiest pickles known to man

I make pickles using a 5th generation family recipe so that you can live a happy, healthy, and fulfilled life.

Josh's Pickles are right for you if:

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You consider pickles a main dish, not just a garnish.

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You occasionally need to take a pickle break in the afternoon

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You sometimes eat half a jar while standing over the sink.

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I make pickles once a year.  I usually announce availability to my list of customers in late-July or early August.  I always sell out.  Put your name on the list so you can be first to know.

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A remarkable recipe

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This leather bound pickle recipe book contains pickle recipes that have been in my family for over one hundred years. It was compiled by my great grandfather and handed down to me.  These pickle recipes are very different than what you buy in the store. I make pickles using the same recipe and technique as my ancestors – small batch crocks, same-day harvest, organic ingredients, and naturally fermented.  This is what creates that “crunch, crunch, crunch, wow” experience.

A family fable

This is my Great Grandma Madge, Grandpa Wiley, and Great Grandpa Roland enjoying a jar of pickles around the kitchen table.  This was a common occurrence. Roland used to make pickles in massive crocks in his pantry and sell them to neighbors, farmers, and local stores in Leslie, MI. When someone would come over to buy pickles, he would go get a jar from pantry and set them out on the kitchen table and snack on a few with his customer.  Roland passed away before I was born, but his legacy still lives on today as he compiled the recipe book that I still use today to create my most popular product - the Classic Dill.

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A full line of brine

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Behind the scenes