These pickles are in brine. That's basically salt water.
They are as crisp as other pickles. You won't taste dill or other spices as you would with the regular dill pickles you buy in the stores in jars.
Take bites straight from the pickle for a satisfying crunch, or cut it into slices or spears to enjoy bite-sized pieces.
Pickles may be used as a condiment on a hamburger or other sandwich (usually in slice form) or a sausage or hot dog in chopped form as pickle relish. Soured cucumbers are commonly used in various dishes—for example, pickle-stuffed meatloaf, potato salad, or chicken salad—or consumed alone as an appetizer.