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Old 01-15-2017, 08:18 AM   #1
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What's the best over-the-counter kraut? I love the stuff,and never had any I don't like.Is homemade enough better than store bought that I need to make my own? Would grocery store cabbage be ok ? Man I love sausage,kraut,German tater salad,and Bock beer. I never could develop a taste for blood sausage.
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Old 01-15-2017, 09:22 AM   #2
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there is a polish food store on blalock that has good kraut. We are having a missionary from Germany visit our church during mission conference and will be serving kraut, brats and rolls on sat. the 28.

Regular cabbage will make kraut, fellow in our church makes it in a 2 gal crock pot
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Old 01-15-2017, 12:28 PM   #3
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We're kraut lovers, and the best tasting, for us, is Kroger brand in a can.
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Old 01-19-2017, 07:36 PM   #4
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...Is homemade enough better than store bought that I need to make my own? ....
Well, based on one sample I'd say a resounding "yes". The only problem is putting up with the smell while the fermentation does its thing.

It is so easy to make...just hold your nose.
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The only problem is putting up with the smell while the fermentation does its thing.
The smell isn't that bad, IMO... it's the fruit flies that show up.
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Old 01-20-2017, 11:48 AM   #6
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If you cant find it in a barrel at the Polska Store, Try Krakus or Bubbies. You probably find Bubbies easier..
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One of the simplest ways I know of to fix sour kraut and surprisingly tasty is to get a bag of dried split peas ... soak 'em overnight then cook 'em till they're so soft you could make mush out of it ... because that's what you're going to do (I have a potato masher with a cross hatch design that works really well, you might be able to put it in a blender ... IDK) Get it to where it's like a thick soup then mix it in with your favorite kraut ... don't drown the kraut, a little goes a long way ... that's it, you could salt and pepper to taste or throw in pieces of sausage ... I know you'll be surprised

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Old 02-23-2017, 05:54 PM   #8
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Idea I Buy Kraut At Janak's

I always stop at Janak's just west of Halletsville and get a grilled sausage with kraut & hot mustard sandwich and then pick up some sausage and kraut to take home..

Here is their website.

http://www.janakpacking.com/

They have a lot of good old fashioned Bohunk food items and a lot with no preservatives.

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melt some butter in a skillet...
add some fine sliced onions and apples...
fry 'em till just soft...
dump in the kraut ...
stir well an and add fresh cracked black pepper...a bunch of it...
big splash a good amt of white wine in the skilliet and simmer covered up, then lid off to steam off most of the liquid...
serve w any kind of sausage and cooked taters...
my fav is chunked up boiled taters w/ butter and sour cream...
chives and what/ever is OK...
the salted water to cook taters is enuff salt
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Old 09-24-2017, 12:07 PM   #10
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Just make your own, ferment it w/salt, I always loved going to Grams house cause she always had some. Use a clean bath towel to stop the fruit flies and odor.
Lots of recipes on the net for making it.
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