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I have been making my own sauerkraut,mainly for the probiotics and health benefits.Cooking the sauerkraut kills off the probotic properties .I have been looking for recipes to use this uncooked and I
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Re: Sauerkraut salad

posted at 5/11/2011 8:57 PM EDT
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In Response to Sauerkraut salad : Gale... I LOVE SAUERKRAUT...Yum!!!  I am going to try it.  You are such a good and knowledgeable cook, any ideas as to dishes that are high in Potassium and Vit. D?  My blood work is showing a deficiency in this and I am being medicated for it.  I had no idea that when you have a deficiency like this how greatly it effects your body. Oil, do you use EVOO, Olive oil or Veg.? Thanks!
Posted by Susan K


Hi Susan ,I usually use canola oil for most of my cooking and baking.EVOO for dipping bread,we add different spices to the oil,this is a good start to an Italian meal or just snacking.My son will eat an entire loaf of Italian bread like this. lol.here is a link that will give you a list of foods rich in potassium http://www.ehow.com/list_5918595_list-foods-rich-potassium.html    Vitamin D occurs in very few foods naturally it's an added suppliment ,we do get vitamin D naturally  from the sun,but we also get skin cancer.Taking a vitamin suppliment would be a good way to make sure you are getting the correct amount.It's added to milk and cereals just to name a couple.

Re: Sauerkraut salad

posted at 5/11/2011 10:39 PM EDT
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In Response to Re: Sauerkraut salad : Hi Carol ,I'm so pleased that you liked the cake.I love rich creamy deserts the best.I found a recipe for a chocolate cake using sauerkraut,maybe if I'm feeling brave one day I'll make one !
Posted by gale g


I have an old family recipe for Chocolate Sauerkraut cake, and make it often. Everyone I serve it to loves it. I don't tell them what's in it until I know they are enjoying it. I believe the sauerkraut does what carrots do for carrot cake, making it moist. You can't tell it's sauerkraut because I cut it up quite finely with a scissors. I'll post the recipe in the Chocolate Section of the forums.

Re: Sauerkraut salad

posted at 5/12/2011 1:44 AM EDT
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In Response to Re: Sauerkraut salad:
In Response to Re: Sauerkraut salad : Hi Carol ,I'm so pleased that you liked the cake.I love rich creamy deserts the best.I found a recipe for a chocolate cake using sauerkraut,maybe if I'm feeling brave one day I'll make one !
Posted by gale g


Gale, The choc. cake using sauerkraut sounds good as long as you don't taste sauerkraut.
When my Mom made the beer choc. cake, none of us 4 girls wanted to eat it. We all tried
it and it was great and you couldn't taste the beer. Mom had never purchased beer before
but she was determined she was going to bake that cake. Anyway I learned to always try
it first and if I didn't like it, I didn't eat it. I would be interested in the recipe and I see Verlee
also has posted a choc. cake with sauerkraut recipe.

Re: Sauerkraut salad

posted at 5/12/2011 10:51 AM EDT
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In Response to Re: Sauerkraut salad:
In Response to Re: Sauerkraut salad : I have an old family recipe for Chocolate Sauerkraut cake, and make it often. Everyone I serve it to loves it. I don't tell them what's in it until I know they are enjoying it. I believe the sauerkraut does what carrots do for carrot cake, making it moist. You can't tell it's sauerkraut because I cut it up quite finely with a scissors. I'll post the recipe in the Chocolate Section of the forums.
Posted by Verlee T


Thanks Verlee,I'm always willing to try new and very different recipes.

Re: Sauerkraut salad

posted at 5/12/2011 11:00 AM EDT
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In Response to Re: Sauerkraut salad:
In Response to Re: Sauerkraut salad : Gale, The choc. cake using sauerkraut sounds good as long as you don't taste sauerkraut. When my Mom made the beer choc. cake, none of us 4 girls wanted to eat it. We all tried it and it was great and you couldn't taste the beer. Mom had never purchased beer before but she was determined she was going to bake that cake. Anyway I learned to always try it first and if I didn't like it, I didn't eat it. I would be interested in the recipe and I see Verlee also has posted a choc. cake with sauerkraut recipe.
Posted by Carol P


Hi Carol,I'm going to check out her cake recipe and if it's different than the one I have then I'll post mine as well.I love trying different things and I've eaten things that some people would never try,but how do you know unless you tried it.I always say I'll try anything once and maybe twice if I like it.lol lol lol I don't like Venison and it's not because of what it is but I can't get past the taste.I don't care how it's made I can still taste it.I've tasted it many times and can't do it. However I love wild rabbit.

Re: Sauerkraut salad

posted at 5/13/2011 3:04 AM EDT
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In Response to Re: Sauerkraut salad:
In Response to Re: Sauerkraut salad : Hi Carol,I'm going to check out her cake recipe and if it's different than the one I have then I'll post mine as well.I love trying different things and I've eaten things that some people would never try,but how do you know unless you tried it.I always say I'll try anything once and maybe twice if I like it.lol lol lol I don't like Venison and it's not because of what it is but I can't get past the taste.I don't care how it's made I can still taste it.I've tasted it many times and can't do it. However I love wild rabbit.
Posted by gale g


Gale,  My brother-in-law in MI makes summer sausage with venison and it is really great.
We also have a Chinese Buffet here that has awesome frog legs fried and with jalapenos.
I am always willing to try everything once too. lol lol

Re: Sauerkraut salad

posted at 5/13/2011 7:49 AM EDT
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You ate FROG LEGS??!!  yikes.
I've never tasted a frog leg and I never will ....... venison too.  Lamb either.
Lobster/any seafood- no. Wild/any rabbit- yuk.
I haven't tried a new food for 50 years and I don't plan on it ...
I'm absolutely certain I wouldn't like it.

Re: Sauerkraut salad

posted at 5/13/2011 8:52 AM EDT
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In Response to Re: Sauerkraut salad:
In Response to Re: Sauerkraut salad : Gale,  My brother-in-law in MI makes summer sausage with venison and it is really great. We also have a Chinese Buffet here that has awesome frog legs fried and with jalapenos. I am always willing to try everything once too. lol lol
Posted by Carol P


I have eaten frog legs it was good but I know that I probably would not cook them or order at a restaurant, I had them from a buffet also.I have eaten snails raw oysters,octopus,squid,Sashimi which is raw fish,it was tuna,Sushi which many people think this is raw fish it is rice and seaweed.Seaweed salad that I crave,it has sesame seeds with it which I'm addicted to.I was very lucky at a young to taste Japanese cuisine,my brother in law was Japanese and his family lived across the street from us,I went to play with my nieces when they were there visiting.My oldest niece is 4 years younger than myself.I will taste anything as long as it's edible.

Re: Sauerkraut salad

posted at 5/13/2011 10:58 AM EDT
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Not liking the cooked red cabbage made by everyone in the family, I wouldn't touch sauerkraut until I was with my mother and her cousin on one of my mother's trips to Michigan.  Her cousin took us to Frankenmuth, a German community in Michigan.  We ate at a German restaurant and I tried some sauerkraut with the sausages.  Now I eat some sauerkraut, but as a condiment with hot dogs and sausages.

Re: Sauerkraut salad

posted at 5/13/2011 11:03 AM EDT
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You ate FROG LEGS??!!   yikes. I've never tasted a frog leg and I never will ....... venison too.  Lamb either. Lobster/any seafood- no. Wild/any rabbit- yuk. I haven't tried a new food for 50 years and I don't plan on it ... I'm absolutely certain I wouldn't like it.
Posted by Nancy G


I've had frog legs before, but it's been a while.  I remember that I liked them, but there's not much meat on them.  I do remember having them on a cruise, when we just sat there wondering how to eat them.  With a fork?  The waiter came over and told us to eat them like we would eat a chicken leg -  to pick them up and eat them.

Re: Sauerkraut salad

posted at 5/15/2011 9:07 PM EDT
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Nancy,  Frog legs taste a lot like fried chicken. Once you get past what they look like, they
are very tasty!! The ones at our Chinese Buffet are big!!  lol lol 

Re: Sauerkraut salad

posted at 6/20/2011 5:41 AM EDT
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I cannot imagine eating sauer kraut cold, but pickles are eaten cold. I guess it is like cole slaw which is also made from cabbage. I may try the sauer kraut salad one day when I feel adventureous.

Re: Sauerkraut salad

posted at 6/20/2011 6:55 AM EDT
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II made roast pork and mash potatoes and saurekrat and it was great tastint to .

Re: Sauerkraut salad

posted at 6/20/2011 3:56 PM EDT
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aaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhh Maryann - roast pork, mashed potatoes and sauerkraut.   I wish I had been there!!  Oh, that sounds good

Re: Sauerkraut salad

posted at 6/20/2011 5:09 PM EDT
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Sounds good.
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