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

 


Pickles are delicious - juicy, pickled, and sour. You can have them in a sandwich or with a cheese board or on their own. There are countless ways to taste pickles. And once they're gone, you just need to pour the juice down the sink, right ?

Stop! Turns out pickle juice actually has a ton of uses, so when you're done with the pickles, put the jar back in the fridge. Whether you have an upset tummy or a houseplant to revitalize, this jar of pickle juice is your answer.

 

1. Pickle more stuff! The juice in your pickle jar is not associated with pickles. You can throw a ton of items into it.

 

2. Soothe acid reflux. Acid reflux is often caused by a lack of normal acid in the stomach, and vinegar helps by getting more acetic acid into the digestive tract. Acetic acid is also effective against certain bacteria and microbes.

 

3. Make your steaks tender. You can also use leftover pickle juice as a marinade for your pork chops or steak. Try adding different herbs, garlic, and spices to experience the flavor.

 

4. Relieve muscle cramps. Drink pickle juice for sore muscles and the calcium chloride and vinegar in pickle juice make it easier for your body to absorb potassium. and sodium. Salt is also needed to help your cells retain water, so that is exactly what the sodium in pickle juice does. It’s essancialy a sports drink !

 

5. Make this delicious rye bread. You can make this chewy and tangy rye bread, perfect for sandwiches and toast.

 

6. Restore electrolytes. Pickle juice helps restore electrolytes in the body, making you feel more hydrated.

 

7. Cure a hangover. Due to the ability of pickle juice to replenish electrolytes, it is a great hangover aid.

 

8. Revive indoor plants. Pickle juice contains potassium, which helps plants be healthier.

 

9. Clean the copper pans . This process is easily reversed by mixing a sodium and acid solution, or you can just use pickle juice - a handy mix of the salt and vinegar you need.

 

10. Soothe sunburns. The vinegar in pickle juice soothes sunburned skin - even better if it's cold from the fridge

So the next time you eat the last pickle, think again before you throw in the juice !