10 reasons why you should never dump pickle juice down the drain

 



These delicious — juicy, briny and sour pickles are perfect in a sandwich or with a cheese platter or on their own. That righr, there are endless ways to enjoy pickles and after they’re gone, you just tip the juice down the sink

Stop! Pickle juice turnned out to have a ton of uses. Thus, when you’ve finished with the pickles, make sure to put the jar back in the fridge. In fact, that jar of pickle juice is your answer whether you’ve got an upset tummy or a houseplant in need of reviving.


1. Pickle more stuff! 

We all know that the juice in your pickle jar isn’t wedded to pickles, so you'd best throw a ton of items in there.


2. Soothe acid reflux. 

You've probably heard that pickle juice is full of vinegar! and yep, vinegar is great for the stomach. Actually, acid reflux is often caused by not having enough normal acid in the stomach, and here comes the vinegar which helps by introducing more acetic acid into the digestive tract. Acetic acid can be helpful against some bacteria and microbes.


3. Make your steaks tender. 

Be sure to use the leftover pickle juice as a marinade for your pork chops or steak, just try adding different herbs, garlic and spices to experiment with flavor.


4. Relieve muscle cramps. 

You can also drink pickle juice for sore muscles, because it is full of potassium for relaxing your muscles and electrolytes to rehydrate you. On top of that, the calcium chloride and vinegar in pickle juice helps your body absorb the potassium and sodium more readily. To help your cells retain water, salt is also necessary, so the sodium in pickle juice does just that. That's right, it's essentially a sports drink!


5. Make this delicious rye bread. 

The secret ingredient to this moist, tangy rye bread, perfect for sandwiches and toasting is pickle juice!


6. Restore electrolytes. 

Pickle juice is another solution to help restore electrolytes in the body, letting you feel more hydrated.


7. Cure a hangover. 

Pickle juice is a great hangover aide, the fact that it has the ability to replenish electrolytes.


8. Revive house plants. 

Pickle juice is a rich source of potassium, which helps plants be more healthy sice they need a lot of potassium to survive.


9. Clean copper pans. 

oxidation is basically the explanation of copper pots and pans wich turn green. Luckily, you can easily reverse this process by mixing a sodium and acid solution, or you can simply use pickle juice. Because a convenient mix of the salt and vinegar is all what you need.


10. Soothe sunburn. 

It's wise to allow the vinegar in pickle juice cool from the fridge becausre it soothes sunburned skin even better.

After eating the last pickle, think again before throwing away the juice! Instead, you can make your own pickled veggies, giving your houseplants an extra drink or making your very own moist and tangy rye bread. Yum!