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  1. Mar 21,  · I make the kraut in 5 lb. batches and mix it well in a large container as the salt needs to be evenly dispersed before packing in the buckets. I use a 5 gallon white food safe bucket (which holds up to 25 pounds of cabbage). I scrub it well, pre-rinse with /5(28).
  2. Kraut - offensive term for a person of German descent Boche, Jerry, Krauthead, Hun depreciation - a communication that belittles somebody or something jargon, lingo, patois, argot, vernacular, slang, cant - a characteristic language of a particular group (as among thieves); "they don't speak our lingo".
  3. The Kraut Guy's organic, fermented sauerkraut varieties will boost your immune system, aid your digestion, and add good bacteria to your gut. Buy online!
  4. Jan 29,  · Sauerkraut is made by a process called lacto-fermentation. To put it (fairly) simply: There is beneficial bacteria present on the surface of the cabbage and, in fact, all fruits and vegetables. Lactobacillus is one of those bacteria, which is the same bacteria .
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  6. May 20,  · Sauerkraut is a traditional fermented food made by allowing shredded cabbage and salt to ferment over a period of time. After fermenting for a period of weeks or months, it produces a potent sour side dish that is rich in beneficial bacteria.
  7. kraut People who are German or have German heritage. It comes from the Germans eating a German dish called sauerkraut (which is spoiled cabbage). Calling a German a kraut because they eat sauerkraut, is like calling a Mexican a beaner because they eat beans.
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  9. cortido kraut *green cabbage, *onions, *carrots, *jalapeños, sonoma sea salt, celtic sea salt, *oregano, *red chili peppers. A Central American-inspired kraut with a hint of jalapeño and savory oregano. Toss on tacos, salads, grains or meats.

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