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Date Posted: 13:07:02 04/29/07 Sun
Author: Chuck in ND
Subject: Some cabbage is sweeter than others
In reply to: Cricket 's message, "hoping this will go through" on 03:21:51 04/29/07 Sun

some are a little bitter. Yes, it depends on the cabbage in part. I use canning salt (non-iodized) to avoid color changes. The sourness depends on how quickly it cures (if it's really warm it cures faster) and how long. I've found a cool, long cure is better than a quick, warm cure. But it's all a matter of taste. Just check the cabbage frequently during the cure process, anytime after 2 wks, to see when it's sour enough for your taste.

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