|Nothing Should Die, That I Might Live|
|by Josephine Bohen|
Recipes and commentary from a vegetarian kitchen. 'Nothing Should Die, That I Might Live', explores one person's decision to become 'meat free'.
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STUFFING: Chop or grind fresh raw cabbage and onions in ... brown, making sure pierogi is soft, not crisp. Serve on warm platter. Makes about 2 1/2 dozen.
You will need ... Hardware: Prepare the cabbage: Discard the ... with mashed potatoes and/or Breaded Chicken Patties. .scrumptiousrecreations.blogspot.com
Cook bacon until ... skillet, add vinegar, sugar, salt, and onion. Bring to a boil. Remove from heat; toss cabbage and parsley in the hot mixture. Serve hot.
Cut up cabbage. In deep ... mixture into pot of cabbage. Add meat of your choice (pork chops, spareribs or kielbasa can be added). Cook slowly 3 to 4 hours.
Melt butter. Saute onion and cabbage until tender. Cook noodles. Drain and add to cabbage mixture. Add cottage cheese and mix well.
Cook salt pork ... until tender. Slice cabbage and add to ... kielbasa ring to the pot. Simmer an additional 45 minutes. Serve with rye bread as a side.
Cook until cabbage is cooked. Add ... about 2 hours, adding water as needed. Cook slowly. Add the corn and continue cooking until heated through. Serve hot.
Shred your head of cabbage. Put into ... juice, salt (to your taste), dash of ground pepper, and your can of sauerkraut. Cook your cabbage soup on medium low.
Chop head of cabbage into medium to ... (approximately 5-6 hours). Uncover and let liquid cook out. Please note: This recipe is NOT appropriate for a crock pot.
Cut salt pork ... beans, can of cabbage and sliced cabbage. ... Add this to the pot. Cook until the raw cabbage is slightly tender. Add pepper to taste.
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