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KRAUT people #15681633 01/20/21
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Re: KRAUT people [Re: persiandog] #15681639 01/20/21
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I thought this was going to be about Germans.

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I'm not one, but I like it on hot dogs, kielbasa, brats and with pork chops.


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Re: KRAUT people [Re: persiandog] #15681677 01/20/21
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This is by far the best store bought kraut I’ve had. Great stuff.

https://wildbrine.com/product-categories/unpasteurized-sauerkraut/


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Re: KRAUT people [Re: persiandog] #15681688 01/20/21
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That poor lady. . .

No, you don't add or need any water.
Just the salt and shredded cabbage.
The salt draws the moisture from the
cabbage and it'll be plenty, more than
enough

My granny used all the grandkids for
free labor, and I've had to chop miles
and miles of cabbage for kraut and
pack it in the churn

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Re: KRAUT people [Re: MadMooner] #15681759 01/20/21
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Originally Posted by MadMooner
This is by far the best store bought kraut I’ve had. Great stuff.

https://wildbrine.com/product-categories/unpasteurized-sauerkraut/


good stuff.Just picked up some


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Re: KRAUT people [Re: MadMooner] #15681796 01/20/21
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Originally Posted by MadMooner
This is by far the best store bought kraut I’ve had. Great stuff.

https://wildbrine.com/product-categories/unpasteurized-sauerkraut/

looks like I can get it here.


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Re: KRAUT people [Re: persiandog] #15681875 01/20/21
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The last kraut I bought was Clausen.

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Originally Posted by Jim_Conrad
The last kraut I bought was Clausen.


You named them or did you let them keep it for morale?

Re: KRAUT people [Re: persiandog] #15681899 01/20/21
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I live in WI - they offer it with about everything here. I'm not a fan.


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Re: KRAUT people [Re: Ranger99] #15681966 01/20/21
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Originally Posted by Ranger99
That poor lady. . .

No, you don't add or need any water.
Just the salt and shredded cabbage.
The salt draws the moisture from the
cabbage and it'll be plenty, more than
enough

My granny used all the grandkids for
free labor, and I've had to chop miles
and miles of cabbage for kraut and
pack it in the churn

My stepmother does a ten gallon crock each year. I bought her an electric slicer to alleviate the slave issue.


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Re: KRAUT people [Re: persiandog] #15681969 01/20/21
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Growing up it was all about Steinfeld's out of Oregon. Pickles, kraut, etc... Sometime in the early 2000's the product changed as the company was sold off. Haven't had decent store kraut since then. Maternal grandmother died in 94 but she stopped making kraut in the mid 80's. Seems like just about everything has gone to shît since the 80's.


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Re: KRAUT people [Re: persiandog] #15681983 01/20/21
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when i'm looking, the locally available products vary from time to time, can't tell the difference between them


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Re: KRAUT people [Re: persiandog] #15682019 01/20/21
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story of kraut :


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Turks and Tartars traveling along the Silk Road from China introduced the process of lacto-fermentation — so named for the beneficial lactobacillus bacteria — to Russia as early as the Renaissance. From there the technique spread westward. Sauerkraut, or sour cabbage, was among the most popular ferments. From Russia, Jews brought sauerkraut with them to Germany, France, and even England, until it became one of the most important dishes in all of northern Europe. Sauerkraut required so little to make — just cabbage and salt — kept for months, and provided an important source of vitamin C. For poor people living in harsh climates, few foods were as beneficial.


https://www.myjewishlearning.com/the-nosher/how-to-make-your-own-sauerkraut/

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Re: KRAUT people [Re: persiandog] #15682148 01/20/21
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Have been wanting to try the whole head kraut, first saw
it at Potatofest, and wondered "How in thee hell".

There are video's everywhere for it now.

I think it would be cool to have leaves for Sammie.


That chick wants it in a cool place!
70 degrees is the ideal temp, cooler and it slows or stalls the process.
But then, most folks don't let it fully mature. They just want it a little
Sauer. Old folks never took it out of the crock. Just scoop out enough
for supper and recover. Skim the mold off and get what you need.


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Re: KRAUT people [Re: Ranger99] #15684126 01/20/21
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Originally Posted by Ranger99
That poor lady. . .

No, you don't add or need any water.
Just the salt and shredded cabbage.
The salt draws the moisture from the
cabbage and it'll be plenty, more than
enough

My granny used all the grandkids for
free labor, and I've had to chop miles
and miles of cabbage for kraut and
pack it in the churn



IF.....you have decent cabbage. All of mine has to come up from wherever it's season, ride for days in the hold of a slow freight boat from Seattle and looks pretty sick by the time it arrives. I usually have to add about a quart of brine from the Ball Blue Book to ensure it's covered. If I could get it fresher, adding brine wouldn't be necessary.

I make mine in a 3gal European-style crock with a water lock.


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Re: KRAUT people [Re: BillyGoatGruff] #15684184 01/20/21
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Originally Posted by BillyGoatGruff
Originally Posted by Jim_Conrad
The last kraut I bought was Clausen.


You named them or did you let them keep it for morale?


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Re: KRAUT people [Re: persiandog] #15684228 01/20/21
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I started a thread on this very subject not too long ago. There's some info. here:

KRAUT


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Re: KRAUT people [Re: MadMooner] #15684231 01/20/21
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Originally Posted by MadMooner
This is by far the best store bought kraut I’ve had. Great stuff.

https://wildbrine.com/product-categories/unpasteurized-sauerkraut/


That’s great stuff and the only Kraut I buy now. I have wondered how it compares to homemade?


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