|by Anne Willan|
The pace of modern life leaves precious little time to spend in the kitchen. However, we want to eat varied, exciting and delicious food at home.
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Fill each jar with cabbage, pack; ... on newspaper in dark, cool place to ferment. After fermentation takes place (2 to 3 weeks), tighten the lids on jar.
Pack shredded cabbage in each jar almost to the ... more vinegar and sugar for sweet sour, caraway seed or sauteed diced apple, bacon, onion, potato or !!
Mix all together and simmer 30 minutes. Monroe, Michigan
Allow approximately 10 to 12 peppers per quart jar to determine quantity. ... the peppers. Remove sauerkraut from containers, drain, ... 8 jars of peppers.
Chop cabbage up and place in quart jars. Place 1 ... over with boiling water. Seal set for 10 days. If using pint jars, cut sugar and salt to 1/2 teaspoon.
You will need ... down with a jar filled with water. ... salt and 1 quart water. Cover; screw ... minutes. Fifty pounds of sauerkraut makes about 15 quarts.
Remove the outer ... clean crock or jar. Using a ... 6 weeks. Heat sauerkraut to simmering (185 ... 15 minutes and quarts 20 minutes in ... makes about 18 quarts.
This recipe makes enough to fill 1 quart jar. Pack quart ... like it is going to boil over. Put jars where they can seep juice. Ready to eat in 3 weeks.
*This makes 1 quart jar. (For one ... tightly. Roll the jars around to mix sugar and salt. Set kraut in a cool, dark place. Be sure the lids are on tight.
Fry bacon until ... excess grease. Rinse sauerkraut for about 15 ... Put in a 4-quart bowl. In separate ... sure mixed well, set aside until cool and serve.
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