Preserved Lemons

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Preserved Lemons

7.50

Pick up locations are: 

Britt Pickles at Pike Place Market (click here for a map), 10am-5pm 7 days a week. Order by noon on Wednesday and we will have the items at Britt's Pike Place by the next Saturday. Please keep in mind that we cannot hold your products for longer than a week - we simply do not have the space. If you cannot pick up your products please call us (206) 328-5888. We will try to hold them over. 

Britt's Pickles at Ballard Farmers Market, (click here for a map), Sundays year around, 10-3pm, Order by noon on Wednesday and we will have the items at the Ballard FM the next Sunday. Please keep in mind that we cannot hold your products for longer than a week - we simply do not have the space. If you cannot pick up your products please call us (206) 328-5888. We will try to hold them over. 

West Seattle Farmers Market, (click here for a map), Sundays year around 10am-2pm. Order by noon on Wednesday and we will have the items at West Seattle Farmers Market the next Sunday. Please keep in mind that we cannot hold your products for longer than a week - we simply do not have the space. If you cannot pick up your products please call us (206) 328-5888. We will try to hold them over. 

Britt's Pickles, Clinton WA, (click here for a map), Thur-Friday 10am-6pm. Order by noon on Wednesday and we will have the items at our Clinton plant the next Thursday. Please keep in mind that we cannot hold your products for longer than a week - we simply do not have the space. If you cannot pick up your products please call us (253)666-6686. We will try to hold them over.

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Preserved lemons are an ingredient in a variety of North African and Mediterranean dishes. If you’re unfamiliar with preserved lemons, look up “recipes using preserved lemons” on the internet and learn about how this ingredient can be used to give a complex, lemony taste to stews, salads, Moroccan dishes, baked goods, and other cuisine from the Mediterranean. They’re made by packing lemons with salt and allowing them to pickle in their own juices for about a month. To use them, you can chop the rind into tiny pieces and sometimes blend the pulp into sauces.

Ingredients:

Lemon*, Sea Salt   *organically grown 

Vegan