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  Sauerkraut / Sour Krout / Sour Kraut Recipe!
Are you celebrating one of the National Food Holidays?  This page is created to honor all vegetable related & Vegan related holidays too!

Recipe for Saucerkraut
"Sauerkraut is a traditional fermented vegetable food made from cabbage. This is a basic recipe that produces a tangy sauerkraut with live bacteria that provide probiotic goodness. No cooking is required.



"Don't seal the jar while it is fermenting, as it will build up gas pressure and might break the jar. Just cover with a cloth, or cling-wrap. Set the jar in a bowl or on a plate, so that any juice that might overflow will be collected and won't make a mess."

"The sauerkraut will be fermented in about a week. Wipe any excess liquid from around the jar, and put the lid on tightly before moving it to a cool place (e.g. the refrigerator) to mature. It is ready to eat after the first week, but will improve with age and as the bacteria slowly consume the more complex sugars in the cabbage."

Notes, tips, and variations

"Sauerkraut may be eaten raw and unadorned; in this form it is often eaten as a relish with meat dishes. Raw sauerkraut dressed with oil and onions is served as a salad, while warmed sauerkraut is also commonly served on a Reuben sandwich." (types of sandwiches)

Similar foods
There are many other vegetables that are preserved by a similar process.

Sauerkraut Candy
There is a dessert known as sauerkraut candy which is a penuche made with coconut flakes. While this candy resembles sauerkraut visually, it does not necessarily contain sauerkraut as an ingredient.

Also a feed for cattle, silage, is made the same way.

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This article is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. It uses some material from Wikipedia/article sauerkraut / and other related pages. Top photo sourkrout
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Sour Krout is also known as:
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National Corned Beef & Cabbage Day: March 17
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Read all about Saucerkraut, even it's health benefits
Sauerkraut Candy / Vegan Diet /
Traditional Southern Food Dishes /
Native American Food /
Saucerkraut was a common dish found on ships and was prepared in the German manner, with water and salt. Sour Krout would keep for a long time and part of it's popularity was because it would prevent scurvy.  Sea water was actually used to boil the cabbage to make the Sour Krout. see Pirate Food
Sauerkraut is a recipe that is popular with
The Vegan Diet - see list for more
vegan recipes.
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