Italian giardiniera is also called sotto aceti, which means under vinegar, a common term for pickled foods. It is typically eaten as an antipasto or with salads. Milder varieties of giardiniera are used for the olive salad in the Muffuletta sandwich. Try on you next sub-type sandwich for a change of pace. Recipe by Donald Link. Note: 2 tablespoons sugar makes for a slightly sweet bite. If you like less sweet and more sour, cut to 1 tablespoon.
I had never really been a big fan of raw onion, until recently I have since really grown to love them, especially pickled. Eating pickled onions is incredibly good for the gut, because onion is known as a prebiotic. We all know about probiotics which are the good little bacteria that work reall