Traditional Rostov Style Pickled Tomatoes by Lukashinskie 23.6 oz

by: Lukashinskie

From pickled tomatoes pickled mushrooms to pickled fruits, Russians love their pickles! Pickled vegetables and other pickled food are very popular in Russia because canning techniques allow people to preserve summer food during the long, cold, and dark winter. These Rostov style pickled tomatoes are very delicious and can serve as side dish to many meals, including hamburgers! You can eat them directly but peel the skin before enjoying them.  

Did we mention that many Russians use the pickle juice to relieve hangover?

  • Facts 23.6 oz. Product of Russia.
  • Ingredients Lightly salted tomatoes, water, salt, fennel, green, spices.

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