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All Things Sauerkraut
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JJJ suggested a move to off topic for sauerkraut. I would like to get set up and in production. It may not be a cure for sleep apnea but it is sure good food.
Any and all sauerkraut information, stories, how to, ingredient caring, and health results, are happy subjects here. Smile
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#2
all I can say about sauerkraut is that I have never been able to acquire a taste for it
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#3
The Swiss way - you boil potatoes and sausage, preferably long thing ones (we use chicken sausages in our home, but wurst is the normal thing) and heat up the sauerkraut (careful, there are two types of sauerkraut - the type for eating cold and the type for eating hot) - serve the potatoes still steaming with a bit of butter, the kraut in heaps next to it and the sausage on the side or on top with mustard. Simple, 15 minute meal.
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#4
Hi goodonya,
I don't care for it, but I have heard that it's very good for you, especially if you make your own.
trish6hundred
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#5
We like the Bavarian style sauerkraut with caraway seeds. Growing up, my grandparents (on mom's side) always had sauerkraut at meals. Grandma was German and grandpa was Bohemian.
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(01-27-2014, 11:04 AM)PollCat Wrote: Grandma was German and grandpa was Bohemian.
I know the Bohemian ... German restaurant in Narellan (NSW) Australia
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#7
My favorite peanut butter is Jiff~!
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#8
Zonk, What is a "fully licensed" restaurant?
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#9
Means they can serve booze.
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#10
Not all restaurants serve booze, some are not licensed but are BYO (bring your own) ... you can bring a bottle of wine to drink it with the food but a corkage charge might be added to the bill (thanks to Aussies innovation, most wine bottles comes fitted a screw cap nowadays)
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