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Old 07-31-2005, 01:18 PM   #11
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Is that the EZ Kraut or the crock (scrape the mold off, eww) kraut?
In the crock for 8 - 10 weeks kraut. But i use saran wrap and a rubber band to seal off the crock thus no mold ewwww! kraut. This is the new method of making kraut. I got no mold at all while it was fermenting. =D>[/quote:1pw1xjrt]

Stuff in the bags don't have mold!! :taunt:
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Old 07-31-2005, 02:41 PM   #12
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Larry you are right it is easyer than making your owe. I beat that there is a defficene in taste form the home made one than the one from the store.
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Old 07-31-2005, 04:20 PM   #13
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It's waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay! better than store bought vinegar kraut. =D> It's done. =P~ =P~ =P~
No sauerkraut is made with vinegar (at least it shouldn't be). It should be made with just salt and cabbage.
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Old 07-31-2005, 04:25 PM   #14
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It's waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay! better than store bought vinegar kraut. =D> It's done. =P~ =P~ =P~
No sauerkraut is made with vinegar (at least it shouldn't be). It should be made with just salt and cabbage.[/quoteugtiamj]
When i grow up i hope i'm as smart as you. [/quoteugtiamj]

You are the one that said the vinegary store bought sauerkraut!!
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Old 07-31-2005, 04:37 PM   #15
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It's waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay! better than store bought vinegar kraut. =D> It's done. =P~ =P~ =P~
No sauerkraut is made with vinegar (at least it shouldn't be). It should be made with just salt and cabbage.[/quote:vq2vgd75]
When i grow up i hope i'm as smart as you. [/quote:vq2vgd75]

You are the one that said the vinegary store bought sauerkraut!![/quote:vq2vgd75]
Because that's what it tastes like compared to homemade kraut.
Apples and Oranges, Night and Day............................................... ...........................................[/quote:vq2vgd75]

I've never had any vinegary tasting kraut, must be like your beer in PA!! 8-[ BTW, speaking of night and day, open bag enjoy................chop, salt mash, mash, mash, mash wait ten weeks? :taunt:
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Old 07-31-2005, 05:49 PM   #16
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[quote=Bryan S][quote="Larry Wolfe":2abuea1m][quote="Bryan S":2abuea1m][quote="Larry Wolfe":2abuea1m][quote="Bryan S":2abuea1m][quote="Larry Wolfe":2abuea1m]
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It's waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay! better than store bought vinegar kraut. =D> It's done. =P~ =P~ =P~
No sauerkraut is made with vinegar (at least it shouldn't be). It should be made with just salt and cabbage.[/quote:2abuea1m]
When i grow up i hope i'm as smart as you. [/quote:2abuea1m]

You are the one that said the vinegary store bought sauerkraut!![/quote:2abuea1m]
Because that's what it tastes like compared to homemade kraut.
Apples and Oranges, Night and Day............................................... ...........................................[/quote:2abuea1m]
chop, salt mash, mash, mash, mash wait ten weeks? :taunt:[/quote:2abuea1m]And enjoy the best kraut your Redneck ass ever ate. :happyd:[/quote:2abuea1m]

WRONG!!!! I had a German girlfriend one time! She was a Kraut! 8-[
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Old 07-31-2005, 08:08 PM   #17
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Yes, the label will say it---sometimes in really, really small print SOMEWHERE on the label. Something like:

Tenderness and moistness enhanced by 10% of a solution of water, salt, sodium phosphate and natural lemon juice concentrate."

or

Deep BastedTM by addition of up to 7% of a solution of water, sodium phosphates

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"Moistness enhanced with up to an 8% solution*"

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"Contains up to 7% of a solution to enhance juiciness and tenderness of water, salt, modified food starch, sodium phosphates and natural flavors."

Another brand of frozen bone-in turkey breasts reads:

"Injected with up to 15% of a solution to enhance juiciness. Solution ingredients: turkey broth, salt, sugar, sodium phosphates, flavoring"

Watch for words like "basted", "enhanced", "injected", and "marinated". Look for fancy packages with recognizable brand names that use phrases like "always tender", "moist and juicy", "tender and juicy", "guaranteed tender", and "extra tender".
I read the second one as: Deep Bastardized. Had to read it twice.
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