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I think you'd get the lactobacilli, but sourdough also has yeast, just different kinds than the strain we usually use for baking. I don't think there's yeasts involved in pickling, but I might be wrong.

but if you tried this, and just let it sit out a while and made a biga with some pickle juice, you'd probably get some wild yeasts



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