Where Do Pickles Come from?

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Pickles come from cucumbers. The cucumbers are fermented through brine or vinegar to make sour pickles.
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Cucumbers become pickles through a process called pickling, which has been used to preserve a wide assortment of foods since at least 2,000 BCE.
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