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This is sensational. We did not preserve it, just refrigerated in 2 pint water bottles . I added a touch of Greek Seasoning to one bottle and some tarragon to another. Holy Holy!

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Chef Colin June 14, 2012

I loved this! I wondered how the dill and horseradish and worcestershire would taste in a juice-it's great! I canned this and plan to use it in my picante chili recipe in place of the V8 Picante Juice which is now very hard to find. It would be a great base for beef vegetable soup too. The only change I made was to use dried dill. Thanks for a great recipe!

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Kaarin October 20, 2008

Loved this recipe changed up a few things family loved it

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debrashinkle August 10, 2007

I love having testers in the house! I didn't can this, just left it in the fridge a couple of hrs and I can see how the canning would marry the flavor levels. However, it's certainly not half bad fresh and it was liked by all except the youngest (8 and 10) who didn't care for it. I omitted the dill and throughly enjoyed the resulting drink. This would be good at any time of year but the red color is so nice at Christmas.

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Annacia December 17, 2006

Loved this drink, Dee. I cut the recipe way down using just one quart of tomato juice and made it to enjoy now. It gets better after it sets a while. Did not have any fresh dill, so I used dried. I'll definitely make this again. Thanks for sharing.

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Marie April 27, 2006
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