It's back to school season, which means for most people, it's back to the regularly scheduled programming. The heat of summer is still raging outside--but by now, a lot of kids are back in the classroom and into their extracurriculars, or will be back shortly. It's officially that awkward end of summer/beginning of fall period, when it's not quite time yet for the pumpkin spice latte, but the summer produce from your last trip to the farmer's market is still glaring at you from the fridge every time you open it.
Midnight munchies hit and before you know it, you’re left with no pickles and a jar filled with brine. So, what should you do with the pickle juice when you reach the bottom of the jar? You can be kind to the Earth by recycling the glass, but it’s a sin to pour pure liquid gold down the drain.