irina at valdyas.org
Fri Apr 4 05:25:10 EDT 2008
On Friday 04 April 2008, Minnow wrote:
> and Roger (I think) said:
> >Much better if one pickles them in vinegar and makes sauerkraut, mind.
> Er, that would depend on whether one actually liked sauerkraut.
Also, if you pickle cabbage in vinegar you don't get sauerkraut; sauerkraut is
made by lactic fermentation under the influence of salt. (I do like both
sauerkraut and pickled cabbage, but they're different things)
> Speaking of which, if shredded vegetation is what one wants,
> apple-and-carrot is rather better than coleslaw to my taste, and nicer than
> either shredded carrot or shredded apple alone.
Ooh, I'll try that next time I want shredded carrots!
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