Pickled Fish

INGREDIENTS: * 2lbs Fresh fish, deboned * 1/2 cup pickle salt non iodized * 2 cups water Sauce * 1/2 cup white viniger * 1 1/2 cups sugar * 3 tsp pickeling spice * 1/2 cup white wine(zin fandel) drink the remainder of the bottle DIRECTIONS: 1. Cut fish in chunks and soak for 24 hours 2. Rinse and soak in white viniger for 24 hours *make sure fish is covered! 3. Combine all ingredients for sauce, bring to a boil, then let cool. 4. Pack fish in jars with onions as tight as you can. 5. Pour sauce in to cover fish and seal ***keep in the fridge and eat in two weeks.***



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