|Rice (Food in Focus)|
|by Roz Denny|
Traces the history of a grain first cultivated about 5,000 years ago, explaining where and how it is now grown, refined, and mass produced.
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Combine all ingredients and pour over the meatballs. Cook in Crock-Pot on low for 5-6 hours. I usually take the lid off for awhile so the sauce ...
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.
Wash and shred ... into 1 quart jars to 3/4 from ... pried off as the they corrode during fermentation. Do not worry about buckled lids, this does not spoil.
Select good solid ... for a pint jar. Glass top ... salt. Seal tight and store as canned fruit. These will keep all year. Needs no processing, stays firm.
Place shredded cabbage in quart jar, press down ... fill the jar with hot water. Screw the top down tightly. In a few weeks the kraut will be ready to eat.
Season meat with ... this with one jar of gravy. Place ... 10 hours. Serve with egg noodles with a little of the "Gravy Love" from the Crockpot. Enjoy!
For up to 120 sarmale Combine ingredients and use to fill cabbage. Arrange stuffed cabbage rolls in a large stockpot or casserole dish and cook over ...
Boil noodles until ... sautéed, add the sauerkraut and pepper and ... family for as long as I can remember and was always a big hit at family gatherings.
Cook sauerkraut with water in ... large frying pan and heat thoroughly. You may want to add more butter. Serve in soup bowl and top with cottage cheese.
Fry bacon and onions together until bacon is crisp and onions are well cooked. Mix all ingredients, including the bacon fat, together in a crock pot ...
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