#1 Use It Again
You can use your leftover pickle juice and the jar it came in to create more pickled food. Add some garlic, onions, artichokes, or hard-boiled eggs to your leftover pickle juice and let them brine. Let the food ferment for a week or so, and enjoy your newly pickled jar of food.
#2 Cure Your Hangover
If you drank a little too much the night before, pickle juice is a great hangover cure. Alcohol leaves you feeling dehydrated because it is a diuretic. Pickle juice will help hydrate you and all the salt in the pickle juice will help replenish your sodium levels, which are generally depleted …show more content…
The next time you make macaroni and cheese, instead of adding some barbecue sauce for extra flavor, throw in some pickle juice. Drizzle some pickle juice over your steams or roasted veggies for a little flavor kick. Add it into your meatloaf for some extra flavor.
#5 Clean Your Copper Pans
Copper pans can be extremely difficult to clean. Instead of using a harsh cleaner on your copper pans, pour some pickle juice inside of them. Let the pickle juice sit in the pan, and then scrub away. The vinegar in the pickle juice should help break up and remove the gunk from your copper pans.
#6 Kill Stubborn Weeds
Your pickle juice has uses outside of the kitchen as well. If you have a bunch of stubborn weeds that you just can't seem to get rid of, pour or spray some pickle juice on them. All the salt and vinegar in the pickle juice will act as a natural weed killer.
There are lots of ways to use the leftover pickle juice from your kosher pickles. The only thing you shouldn't do is wash the pickle juice down the down when you finish the last pickle. Get the most out of your pickle juice by utilizing one of the tips