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Topic: OT good saurkraut (7 msgs / 177 lines)
1) From: Tom Ulmer
Flavored with caraway seed or not?
There are those who would say that it couldn't possibly be good without it.
I am not among them and have a preference to purple kraut.

2) From: Lynne Biziewski
The homemade one I tried had caraway - first time for me, and I absolutely
loved it. Thought it gave it a terrific flavor.
Lynne
On 1/14/07, Tom Ulmer  wrote:
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3) From: Eddie Dove
Yes to Caraway!
Eddie
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4) From: Larry Johnson
Mawmaw never used caraway (cabbage and salt - that was it) but it sounds
like it would be good.
Larry J (Lilboybrew)......wondering; do you roast the caraway seeds to first
crack....
On 1/14/07, Eddie Dove  wrote:
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5) From: Frank Parth
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Being German, the way I learned to cook sauerkraut from my mother was to slice up an apple and throw it in while the kraut was cooking. That takes out a lot of the bitterness.
And I HATE caraway seeds.
Frank Parth

6) From: Sandy Andina
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I like to make choucroute garnie: take the fresh kraut sold in bags  
in the deli or produce dept., rinse and drain it, and slowly cook it  
with a little chopped and "sweated" bacon (I don't keep kosher,  
obviously), plus white wine, caraway seeds, a pinch of sugar and a  
few juniper berries.  Then I top it with a bratwurst, a knackwurst, a  
couple of hot dogs (I like Sinai 48 or Hebrew National) and a ham  
steak, cover and simmer till the sausages are cooked all the way  
through.
On Jan 14, 2007, at 1:36 PM, Lynne Biziewski wrote:
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Sandy
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I like to make choucroute =
garnie: take the fresh kraut sold in bags in the deli or produce dept., =
rinse and drain it, and slowly cook it with a little chopped and =
"sweated" bacon (I don't keep kosher, obviously), plus white wine, =
caraway seeds, a pinch of sugar and a few juniper berries.  Then I top =
it with a bratwurst, a knackwurst, a couple of hot dogs (I like Sinai 48 =
or Hebrew National) and a ham steak, cover and simmer till the sausages =
are cooked all the way through.
On Jan 14, 2007, at 1:36 =
PM, Lynne Biziewski wrote:
The = homemade one I tried had caraway - first time for me, and I absolutely = loved it. Thought it gave it a terrific = flavor. Lynne On = 1/14/07, Tom Ulmer <tom> = wrote:Flavored with caraway seed or not? There are those who would = say that it couldn't possibly be good without it. I am not among them = and have a preference to purple = kraut. Sandywww.sass-music.com
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7) From: James
This is one of my comfort foods. My version is almost identical except I ad=
d a granny smith apple and leave out the sugar. The juniper berries are a m=
ust - they really take kraut to a new level. I also will sub red wine that =
I already have open, rather than open a new bottle of white.
  
James i=
n Southern CA.
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From: Sandy Andina 
To: homeroast
Sent: Sunday, Janu=
ary 14, 2007 9:10:22 PM
Subject: Re: +OT good saurkraut
I like to ma=
ke choucroute garnie: take the fresh kraut sold in bags in the deli or prod=
uce dept., rinse and drain it, and slowly cook it with a little chopped and=
 "sweated" bacon (I don't keep kosher, obviously), plus white wine, caraway=
 seeds, a pinch of sugar and a few juniper berries.  Then I top it with a b=
ratwurst, a knackwurst, a couple of hot dogs (I like Sinai 48 or Hebrew Nat=
ional) and a ham steak, cover and simmer till the sausages are cooked all t=
he way through.
On Jan 14, 2007, at 1:36 PM, Lynne Biziewski wrote:
=
The homemade one I tried had caraway - first time for me, and I absolutely =
loved it. Thought it gave it a terrific flavor.
Lynne
On 1/14/=
07, Tom Ulmer   wrote:Flavored with caraway seed or not? =
There are those who would say that it couldn't possibly be good without =
it.
I am not among them and have a preference to purple kraut.
=
 Sandy
www.sandyandina.com
www.sass-music.com
 
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