Our Lady of Perpetual Pickles

Seminole, Florida

PerpetualPickles is taking a short break

Jessi Griffin

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Jessi Griffin


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Last updated on April 29, 2022

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I try to make very cool, affordable, and very useful crafts.

I use the freshest produce I can find and use locally grown and organic when I can. I feel that better quality ingredients yield better quality products. I also have a small army of "quality control" folks who give me honest feedback to ensure you get the yummiest pickles and jams.

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I might sound a bit harsh, but I'm just getting started with this here etsy stuff, so right now all I am using is pay pal. I could accept personal checks, but if you have a checking account and access to a computer then there is no reason for you not to be using pay pal. I also only give one week to receive a payment. After that I will cancel the transaction, and put the item back up for sale.


My pickles have made it all the way to Seattle, so I know they can go throughout the USA. I haven't shipped anything anywhere outside the US, but there is a first time for everything. I will try to get your item out to you as quickly as possible. I might not be able to ship it to you until I can get to the post office, but I will contact you if there is any delay. I will also send you an email to let you know your item is on its way to you!

If you are one of those wonderful people who buy more than one item from me I will most definately package everything together and combine shipping costs.

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With my canning items I prepare and process all the jars according to the methods used in the Ball Blue Book of Canning for water bath canners. This method is also in the guidelines for the USDA proper canning techniques. I also recommend putting your pickles or jams in the refridgerator for storage after opening. All my books say that home canned goods are good for one year after canning if the seal is not broken. I have not tested this as my products tend to be consumed quickly!

I have sold my items at craft shows, work, and church. I have also given many canned items as gifts to friends and family. The only complaint I receive is that people find the bottom of their jars sooner than they want to! If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact me.