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Pickled cucumbers have been around for centuries. The earliest known recipe for pickled cucumbers comes from the 1st century AD. This recipe was found in a cookbook called Apicius, which was written by a Roman chef. The recipe calls for cucumbers, vinegar, honey, and salt.
Pickled cucumbers were brought to America by the Pilgrims. They were used as a way to preserve food for the long journey. Pickled cucumbers were also a popular food in the American colonies.
In the 19th century, pickled cucumbers became a popular food in Europe. They were often served as a side dish or as an appetizer.
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