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Pickled green tomatoes

The summer season last so longlast year, we harvested the last tomatoes in October, and some green ones were still growing. 
As the weather was getting dodgy, we decided to pick them, and so I had to figure out what to do with green tomatoes. In France, we are not used to eat green tomatoes, so I never had a chance till now to try some recipes with them.
And one of the thing I really care when I have my own garden is to be able to take profit of all of its opportunities and be able to preserve everything that cannot be eaten straight away.
So, I decided to try to pickle the green tomatoes as we do with our gherkins. It is sooooo quick and easy, and so rewarding! I only can encourage to try to do so! You will be so happy to open the green tomatoes for a winter meal or to give them away for Christmas!
Recipe for 4 cans: - green tomatoes cut if too big - white vinegar
- 1 garlic clove per jar - spices and herbs: bay leaves, sage, black peppercorns, Madagascar peppercorns, coriander seeds, tarrag…

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