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Quick Pickled Murasaki Fioretto

Quick Pickled Murasaki Fioretto

A pickle that sets in 15 minutes, made with sweet and tangy vinegar that adds a bright flavor.

Watch the color change from deep purple to bright fuchsia – if you want to nerd out on the science of this color change: the low pH (acidity) of the vinegar causes the anthocyanins (pigment) to stabilize, creating a red color! 

Try using the pearly white Fioretto in a separate batch and combining on the plate for a beautiful contrast. 

Pickled Murasaki Fioretto turns fuchsia in vinegar on a flowery plate
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