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Pickles, or tsukemono, are the unsung heroes of Japanese cuisine. And now there’s a revolutionary new tool that builds on our predecessors traditional methods. The Picklestone consists of a glass bin, a hinoki wooden press that is attached to a stone and wooden lid. The stone is made from aji-ishi , It gets its rare speckled pattern from a small amount of black mica that is also part of its composition. Attached to the stone is a piece of hinoki wood, which rests on top of your pickles and adds a subtle woody flavor.To make pickles, simply add your vegetables and pickle brine to the jar and lower the pickle stone down. The compact container is designed to fit right into the liquids shelf of your refrigerator next to the milk and juice.
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