How to Reheat Sauerkraut?

Answer The tangy flavor of sauerkraut complements hot dogs, bierocks and Reubens. A natural fermentation process gives the cabbage its bite and also preserves it for long-term storage. Salt draws liquid f... Read More »

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Define Sauerkraut?

The word "sauerkraut" is derived from the German word "sauer," which means "sour," and "kraut," which means "greens." Sauerkraut, familiar to many people throughout Europe and in many parts of the ... Read More »

How to Make Sauerkraut?

Sauerkraut gets its distinctive sour flavor from lactic acid that forms when the natural sugars in the cabbage are fermented. It's pretty easy to make this happen at home, so get some cabbage and t... Read More »

Sauerkraut & Sausage.....what goes with it?

SAUERKRAUT & SAUSAGE BAKE 1 1/2 lb. bulk pork sausage1 (28 oz.) can sauerkraut1 tbsp. sliced onion Mashed potatoes (enough for 4 servings)4 tbsp. grated Parmesan cheeseIn skillet, brown sausage; ... Read More »

What does Sauerkraut taste like?

Without anything mixed into it, it tastes like cabbage aged in a combination of a little vinegar and a little salt. It's a little acid and a tad astringent (makes your mouth pucker just a little).... Read More »