Kirby Cucumber



Kirby cucumbers are available year-round.  They have a peak season in the summer.

Nutritional Value

Kirby cucumbers are low in calories and a good source of dietary fiber, vitamin A, vitamin C, manganese, and potassium. They also contain other antioxidants which help to reduce inflammation and provide anti-cancer benefits.


Kirby cucumbers can be eaten raw or cooked in salads, pickles, relishes, stir-fries, and other dishes. The cucumber’s thin skin makes it ideal as a snack or crudite. Kirby cucumbers are also popularly used in making fermented foods such as sauerkraut and kimchi. Pickling the cucumbers is an easy way to preserve them for later use. They may also be added to soups, stews, and other dishes. Kirby cucumbers are an excellent source of nutrition and can be used in a variety of recipes.


Fresh Kirby cucumbers should be stored in the refrigerator for up to one week. If they have been pickled or preserved, they may last longer when stored in a cool dark place away from direct sunlight.

Tips/Serving Ideas

Kirby cucumbers can be used to make a simple salad with lemon-dill dressing or added to traditional Greek salads and tzatziki dip. They are also great for making quick pickles, relishes, sauces, and other recipes. Serve them as a snack with hummus or ranch dip or enjoy them as part of a larger meal. Kirby cucumbers are a great way to add flavor and nutrition to your diet.

Serving Size

One cup (149g) of sliced Kirby cucumbers provides approximately 16 calories, 1 gram of fat, 2 grams of fiber, and 0 milligrams of sodium.

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