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Japanese Pickles - Tsukemono are Japanese pickles. They are served as a side dish, and sometimes with drinks as a snack. The most common kinds are pickled in salt or brine. Soy sauce, miso, vinegar, and sake lees are also useful for pickling. Takuan, daikon, turnips, cucumber, and cabbage are among the favorites to be eaten as an accompaniment to a meal.
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Japanese Pickles - Tsukemono are Japanese pickles. They are served  as a side dish, and sometimes with drinks as a snack. The most common kinds are pickled in salt or brine.  Soy sauce, miso, vinegar, and sake lees are also useful for pickling. Takuan, daikon, turnips, cucumber, and cabbage are among the favorites to be eaten as an accompaniment to a meal.