I've given no quantity for the green tomatoes - since this recipe is for refrigeration, it's very flexible. It doesn't take as many tomatoes as you might think to fill a pint or quart jar, so you're likely to have leftovers. And even if you run short and your tomatoes don't fill the jar, it's okay. I prefer to use pint jars (or even half pint jars), and use more jars in the process, so that I'm opening just one small jar at a time, leaving the rest sealed and hopefully lasting longer.
- Although it's tempting to use another vinegar, such as raw apple cider or red wine vinegar, I've personally found the flavors to be too strong. Plain vinegar lets the seasonings shine through with a nice amount of pickle pucker.
- Even if the jars self-seal, the technique described here is *not* sufficient for unrefrigerated storage. This recipe has not been tested for its suitably and safety in water-bath canning, and should not be used as such.