Best olives, pickles & relishes according to redditors

We found 154 Reddit comments discussing the best olives, pickles & relishes. We ranked the 94 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Olives, Pickles & Relishes:

u/ClaphamOmnibusDriver · 40 pointsr/AskUK

Just buy them online!

Amazon UK stock them, I'm sure plenty of other places do.

Heinz Hamburger Dill Chips 473ml 16 fl oz

u/ZombieCharltonHeston · 31 pointsr/texas

For as long as I can remember. Pretty much these.

u/LadyMO · 22 pointsr/DiWHY

I too am a lover of pickle juice. And it's possible to buy just the juice! The Single servings are pretty solid, but there is also a Gallon Jug option.

I got hooked on it after using it as a poor kids solution for nighttime leg cramps from sports. I still prefer it to most real electrolyte solutions after exercise (I know it usually only has sodium salt, but the "balanced" salt supplements taste awful).

u/BreezyWrigley · 19 pointsr/Cooking

i already put mayo on the toast anyway since the first time i made this it felt really dry. I also have ketchup on the opposite piece of toast for moisture. I thought about putting these sweet hot pickle slices that i have on it- Famous Dave's Devil's Spit pickles

they are like $4 a jar at kroger, and they are one of my favorite pickles now.

u/ztherion · 9 pointsr/answers

No, they literally sell pickles in plastic bags in American conveience stores

You can buy them online too

u/SirynCodex · 8 pointsr/fasting

You would probably be better off just continuing the water fast and forgoing the bone broth. It could certainly make you hungrier, and its primary benefit is usually that it helps some people get through the early days, which you've already bypassed (and those are generally considered to be the hardest where hunger pangs are concerned.)

Also speaking from personal experience, I tried adding 2 cups of bone broth to my 10 day water fast after experiencing a few days of very low energy, and I had a very bad reaction to it (intense nausea, belching, and dry retching / vomiting). I mentioned it here, and the suggestion from a few folks was that the sudden influx of sodium had probably triggered it.

If you'd like to supplement electrolytes, here are some recommendations:

For sodium, Celtic Sea Salt on dissolved on the tongue or small sips of Pickle Juice. For potassium, NoSalt has a good amount per serving and can be mixed with water and taken as a shot. Magnesium can be supplemented in pill form, a lotion/spray, or by soaking your feet in Epsom Salt. These will all be most beneficial on a longer fast, although I find that supplementing sodium starting on Day 2 of my own fasts has made me feel better (less brain fog and dizziness, improved mood). As for the most beneficial amount, a general recommendation - provided on the Fasting Talk podcast - was discussed here.


u/delta-TL · 8 pointsr/bestoflegaladvice

I found this on amazon...those must be big pickles. There are also kosher pickles which are way cheaper.

u/litebrightdelight · 5 pointsr/AskAnAmerican

I love giardiniera on sandwiches and veggie burgers... but I prefer the hot variety, packed in oil and in small bits. Here a link to my preferred brand... you may find you like it!
Marconi - The Original Chicago Style Hot Giardiniera - 16 oz (2 Pack)

u/RudieCantFaiI · 5 pointsr/spicy

THESE are the ultimate spicy pickles.

u/Zombies_Are_Dead · 5 pointsr/Cooking

Actually pickle juice is used in the Southern US quite often as a rehydrating drink. You can even buy just the juice. There's energy drinks and even frozen treats that are dill pickle juice based.

u/yunxing_baichi · 5 pointsr/chinesefood

This is what you want. Apparently some are from Taiwan and some are from Sichuan, I think this brand is legit.

u/nosheepnosleep · 4 pointsr/transgendercirclejerk
u/Uranus_Hz · 3 pointsr/pics

Authentic Italian beef is stupid easy to make at home in a slow cooker. I do it all the time:

Dump a full jar (juice and all) pepperoncinis into slow cooker. (I sort through them and pull of all the stems)

Plop a 3 pound hunk o beef in there (chuck roast is great, top round roast works well too)

Dump One packet Italian dressing mix (I prefer ‘zesty Italian’ dressing mix) over it all

Cook on low about 8 hours, remove the pepperoncinis and shred the beef. Add a little water if needed.

Let it simmer a little longer and serve

Don’t forget the (hot or mild) G

It’s a great thing to bring to a pot luck, or for tailgating without needing to hassle with a grill.

u/TinyOxKing · 3 pointsr/MaliciousCompliance

So that is what my friend in High School called them and I just kept calling them that.

It isn't on their online menu.

The closest equivalent I could find is Ground Hot Cherry Peppers.

Edit: I enjoy them and they are an order of magnitude spicier.

u/namedontmater · 3 pointsr/LifeProTips

Famous Dave's Devil's Spit Pickle Chips, 24 oz

u/bephers · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I'm choosing gluttony!

I miss American foods. I have a whole wishlist dedicated to it. Every time I go back to the States, half of my suitcase weight limit is in food stuffs. It's crazy. So, on my food wishlist I have dill pickle chips because I can't get any form of dill pickles over. It makes me sad. I have tried all kinds of pickles and they're all sweet. It's gross.

Thanks for the contest!

u/ImSpicy · 2 pointsr/wicked_edge

Or an exchange with a some local oddity/delicacy. Like for Chicago it might be a few packs of blades and a jar of radioactive green relish for your hot dogs.

u/WheresMyHovercraft · 2 pointsr/Canning

I've since switched to doing all my pickles through fermentation, but back when I was canning them I used "pickle crisp" ( to stop them from being mushy. Can't remember what it's made of, but I do remember that it worked.

u/humanbeing2018 · 2 pointsr/fasting

yeah pickle juice for the win. I've ordered

Dilute it 1 oz in sparkling water 1:10 ratio and its like a treat for me :)

u/5picy · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Happy birthday!!

I want some tasty olives so I can stop living off Girl Scout cookies like a loser. :P

(eventually I will figure out hypertext....)

u/Hero_Sandwich · 2 pointsr/recipes

Also, for crispy pickles, my buddy recommended this instead of grape leaves -

u/Arkay_preserve_us · 2 pointsr/xxketo

These help! For some reason the 100 cal packs are $40 on Amazon, but if you figure how many nuts you get in 17.5g it's about 5 carbs. Not a bad amount, and you can avoid the potential disasters that sugar alcohols may cause! These are great too. Some other good travel options are Bone Broth Packets, green olive snack packs, and meat sticks! Of course quest bars are always easy to find! But they're $6 at the airport. I also carry some nuun tablets with me because I'm always stressed and not drinking enough when traveling! But have fun! You got this in the bag!

u/verylate · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Whiskey for my men, beer for my horses.

Olives! because martinis, the dirtier the better.

u/Afeazo · 1 pointr/subway

Its only in Chicago area subways. It is my absolute favorite topping for any sandwich, except it sits in oil so if the employee doesnt drain it or be careful with not scooping up too much oil you get a soggy mess. When I use giardiniera at home I scoop it with a fork so not much oil comes with it. Back when I lived in Chicago, every time I got subway I always asked for 3x giardiniera.

I highly recommend you try it if you like jalapenos or spicy stuff. There is an italian style which is not popular, and there is a Chicago style which is the one everyone knows. Super good, not only do people put it on sandwiches but also on pizzas, in pasta, on hot dogs, literally on anything. Sometimes I just eat it as a side dish on its own. It is about $4-$5 a jar im Chicago but Amazon has 2 for $15, which really isnt that bad for the convenience of ordering online. Long shelf life since it sits in oil.

u/thesimminlemon · 1 pointr/Disneyland

Vlasic whole dill pickles served nice and cold will fit the bill!

u/MeridianOne · 1 pointr/spicy

These are pricy but really good.


u/StretchMclean · 1 pointr/ottawa

Not sure if I'm allowed to paste a link here...

u/gizram84 · 1 pointr/Canning
u/HiroProtagonist1984 · 1 pointr/Pizza

Before I pay way too much for the wrong stuff, is this what you guys are talking about? Can't find any good stuff here in Texas, so I would be stoked to occasionally order pricey stuff for a special occasion. Also found some cheaper options but I'm interested to hear general advice on the best Giardiniera you can get delivered.

u/rap31264 · 1 pointr/texas
u/dumasymptote · 1 pointr/swoleacceptance

You could try this brother.

u/BesottedScot · 1 pointr/seriouseats

Where are you based?

Here's a link to the brand I use:

u/somethingtoforget · 1 pointr/fermentation

It's used all the time in brewing and regular pickling.

u/jbiz · 1 pointr/jacksonville

I tried the same thing last week for a party. I found some stuff on amazon but it was out of stock. Ended up having a friend in Chicago ship me some peppers and relish.

Looks like some stuff is back in stock:

u/ianthedoggo · 1 pointr/AskCulinary

So I've been working on my Pad Thai recipe. Some of the best Pad Thai I've had was from a particular cooking teacher in Thailand. I recently asked him to send me his recipe. Here it is:


3 tbsp tamarind juice/paste (from the tamarind block - using Andy Rickers tamarind paste recipe)
3 tbsp palm sugar
2 tbsp fish sauce
2 tbsp shallot, minced
1 tbsp chili paste
1/4 tsp black soy sauce
1/2 cup water

How to make the sauce

  1. Coat the bottom of the pot with a thin layer of oil, heat on medium, cool shallots until just translucent.
  2. Add the rest of the ingredients into the pot.
  3. Cook to thicker consistency, coats the back of a spoon.
  4. Turn off the heat then blend it with Stick Blender.
  5. Taste for seasoning.

    *As for the peanut flavor that's in Pad Thai. That just comes from crushed roasted peanuts. You'll want to add some in the pan near the end of cooking and serve some as a condiment. If you'd like the full Pad Thai recipe let me know.

    Edit: sorry my Reddit formatting sucks
u/StrataXIII · 1 pointr/keto

I like to snack on these. In every store I've been to for about 3.30.

u/mthmchris · 1 pointr/Cooking

Oh yeah that's totally different. Honestly, if you find it impossible to source just skip it. Here's a blogger talking about finding Yacai in a Chinese supermarket, and she actually uses precisely the same bag as us.

It's also available on Amazon here but that is pretty expensive. I'm 90% sure a Chinese supermarket would have it for cheaper. I understand shipping and all, but that same sized bag is less than one dollar in China lol