You Can Now Drink Pickle Juice Straight up, Thanks to Amazon

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People are drizzling it over snow cones, mixing it into potato salad and (yikes!) drinking it straight from the bottle.

Pickles are severely underrated if you ask me. You can snack on homemade pickles fresh out of the jar, use pickles to flavor a specialty pizza and even make the world’s best appetizer. For those of us that enjoy the many different flavors of pickles (and the variety of ways you can eat ’em), you’re in for a real sweet, sour and salty treat: you can officially order pickle-less pickle juice on Amazon.

We Dare You to Try It!

Whether you’re brave enough to try drinking a little bit of pickle juice sans pickles—or want to use it up in some delicious pickled recipes—you can snag one gallon of the juice on Amazon for just $15. Best Maid, the Texas-based manufacturer that creates, packages and sells all the pickle products you could dream of, is responsible for this gallon of pickle-less goodness, which they claim is “great for snow cones or drinking right out of the bottle.”

What Can You Do with Pickle-Less Pickle Juice?

Do you love pickles, but are still a bit skeptical about purchasing an entire gallon of just the juice? Well, it turns out there are some pretty delicious things you can do with it. Pickle juice actually adds extra flavor and can alter the texture in a handful of recipes and foods. You can use pickle juice while cooking poached salmon or mix pickle-less pickle juice into a potato salad. The possibilities are endless.

Next up: Read about these pickle-flavored foods for people who love pickles.

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Taylor Murphy
Taylor is a food, parenting and health writer. When she's not writing about the newest Oreo flavor or her favorite kitchen appliance, she can be found searching for her next coffee fix or taste-testing recipes with her daughter.