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Date Posted: 03:21:51 04/29/07 Sun
Author: Cricket
Subject: hoping this will go through
In reply to: Chuck in ND 's message, "I'm the same" on 08:48:44 04/27/07 Fri

There is one rather pricey brand of German sauerkraut that we can get here and the sour it has is very good, but with a hint of sweet. I have read the label and do not see any added sugar or dextrose, so does your homemade kraut have a sour that has a bite to it or just a gentle sour?

I know, it is a matter of personal taste...but would that also depend on the cabbage as well as the salt used?


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