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Big Mike’s Specialty Sweat Heat Dill Relish

Big Mike’s Specialty Sweat Heat Dill Relish

SKU: 111919
Excluding Sales Tax
A Mustard Seed Company brings you Big Mike's speciality pickles. Michael Henry Gray Sr. (1959 - 2020) signature pickles are unmatched and sparkle once refrigerated for amazing presentation and unparalleled taste. Providing you with a unique sweet heat great for Charcuterie Boards, BBQ's, Burgers and More. This pickling process is his legacy, his wife, Mary Gray, & daughter, Marquita "Simone" Gray, are sharing with the world, one mustard seed at a time. This is the relish of those same pickles enjoy a champion on your hotdog, smoked sausage or inside your tuna salad. Amazing flavor with the unique flavor of Big Mike’s.
  • Jar Sizing

    6 - 8 oz (236.5 ml) each / chacun
  • Product Includes

    Ingredients: Cucumbers, Water, Vinegar, Sugar, Salt, Red Pepper, Turmeric, Black Peppercorn, Bayleaf, Mustard Seed, Dill, Emulsifier, Preservatives, Natural Flavoring and Yellow #5(Color).
  • Product Includes

    Percentage Daily Values (%DV = % Daily Value)*Based on a 2,000 Calorie Count, Not a Significant Source of Cholesterol, Dietary Fiber, Total Sugars, Added Sugars, Vitamin D, Calcium, Iron and Potassium.
  • Benefits & Vitamins

    Pickles are made by preserving vegetables or fruits in a solution of vinegar or brine, often with added herbs and spices. While pickles themselves are not a significant source of vitamins, the vegetables or fruits used in pickling can retain some of their original nutritional value. Additionally, the pickling process may introduce beneficial bacteria, such as probiotics, to the pickles. Here are a few potential vitamins and benefits associated with pickles: 1. Vitamin K: Pickles made from cucumbers contain small amounts of vitamin K, which is important for blood clotting and bone health. 2. Probiotics: If the pickles are fermented rather than simply pickled in vinegar, they may contain beneficial probiotic bacteria. These "good" bacteria can support gut health and digestion. 3. Electrolytes: Pickles often contain salt, which provides sodium and other electrolytes. While excessive sodium intake can be harmful, small amounts of sodium are important for maintaining proper fluid balance in the body. 4. Antioxidants: Some of the spices and herbs used in pickling, such as dill and garlic, contain antioxidants that may have health benefits. However, it's important to note that pickles can also be high in sodium and may contain added sugars, so they should be consumed in moderation, especially for individuals with certain health conditions such as high blood pressure or diabetes. Additionally, some commercial pickles may have added preservatives and other ingredients that may not be beneficial. As with any food, it's best to read the labels and choose pickles that are made with natural ingredients and a limited amount of added salt and sugar.
  • Caution

    For best quality taste and amazing shine refrigerate before use. This product has 1 year of shelf life.
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