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Old 11-11-2013, 04:19 PM   #11
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I just met the guy first time at an event last night and don't even know his name. There's "NO" way hubby would let me make a batch and stink up his precious house! IF I'm here when he drops them off, I'll ask if he can send me the recipe. I would have made my girlfriends if hubby wasn't so
p-i-c-k-y! Remember what I went through when I had dehydrated those ONIONS!
I can't even fry a fish unless I WAIT for him to arrive so it's not something he WALKS into!
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Old 11-11-2013, 04:59 PM   #12
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Give him a clothes pin for his nose.
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Old 11-11-2013, 05:55 PM   #13
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To sleep with?
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Dappy> ya.... if she joined.... sweet talk her into posting a blow by blow on exactly how to make it if you can. I know there's a little bit more to it than what hava said and we REALLY like grilled Reuben sandwiches with sourkraut on them.
I should see her in a month (she works at my chiropractor's office). I'll ask if she joined. I bet she'd be happy to share the process with you.
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Old 11-12-2013, 05:54 PM   #15
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Hubby came home with two jars of Sauerkraut.
THE GUY dropped them off at his work so I never had the opportunity to ask him for a recipe for you.
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Old 11-13-2013, 05:14 PM   #16
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"To sleep with?" Noooo.... to put on his nose so you could make sauerkraut!
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Old 02-24-2014, 12:53 PM   #17
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Boy did WE ever have the good sauerkraut last night. Home made with the most luscious sausage you could imagine. They guy said he's send a few jars our way. I can't wait!
That's one of my meals that doesn't travel cross country and fermented foods seem to go well with my gut.

The Sauerkraut comes from Toledo Ohio and the Sausage is made a few miles away

I also keep a 4 quart jar of mild pickled peppers and add that to lots of omelets and rice dishes.

I try to eat a pickle when having a hamburger or more likely a tuna fish sandwich.

I guess you can just about pickle anything. Ever see pickled pigs feet? Or Sun chokes?

Oh and I'll eat yogurt too.
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Man I love anything pickled, cukes, beets, cabbage, whatever! It's nice to know pickled is good for you, of course I think it's the salt that captures me. Salt and vinegar, what an inspired combination!
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Old 02-24-2014, 07:24 PM   #19
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My husband makes sultz (pork meat with vinegar) He devours the entire CAKE pan full in a week. He looooves his meat.
I like it too, but will only have a cube or two as that's probably one of those things just full of Cholesterol.
He made his first batch of pickled pork hocks-feet last week. {That was pretty darn good too!}
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I was just saying to my husband that I want to learn to can veggies, and my mother in law separately mentioned an article she read about the benefits of fermented foods. Can't wait to try this at some point!
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