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This article is about the fruit. For the London skyscraper known as the Gherkin, see 30 St Mary Axe.
For the West Indian burr gherkin, see Cucumis anguria.
For the tropical vine, see Coccinia grandis.
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Pickled gherkins are generally served cold, as accompaniments to other foods, and sometimes in sandwiches.
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