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McCormick Gourmet Italian Seasoning With Flax, 1.25 oz $2.85 w/ 15%s&s, $3.08 w/ 5%s&s

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Goes great with homemade sauerkraut, which is a fun thing to try if you've never done it. Just need cabbage and sea salt basically. Homemade sauerkraut is so much better than the stuff in cans too.
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Goes great with homemade sauerkraut, which is a fun thing to try if you've never done it. Just need cabbage and sea salt basically. Homemade sauerkraut is so much better than the stuff in cans too.
Can you post your recipe here??
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Bought Caraway and the Savory

I've never used Savory and I usually don't have Caraway because I don't like it but sometimes I have to add it to a recipe. So this is a good deal for me.
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Can you post your recipe here??
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Mcj3O10Mstw

This video pretty much replicates how I do it. I also add caraway though. You only need a bit. Like one seed every inch or so if that makes sense.

A few tips: that guy in the video uses pickling salt, which is harder to find. You can use any fine grain salt that doesn't have iodine. Fine grain sea salt works great and is easier to find in my experience. Also, the juice of the cabbage is what allows it to pickle so you want juicier, fresher cabbage. If you have a grocery store that generally has better produce than another, get it from that one. But you'll probably be fine either way.

I learned picking from the book Wild Fermentation by Sandor Katz. Great book if you come across it and want to try other types of picking. It's a fun hobby.
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https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Mcj3O10Mstw

This video pretty much replicates how I do it. I also add caraway though. You only need a bit. Like one seed every inch or so if that makes sense.

A few tips: that guy in the video uses pickling salt, which is harder to find. You can use any fine grain salt that doesn't have iodine. Fine grain sea salt works great and is easier to find in my experience. Also, the juice of the cabbage is what allows it to pickle so you want juicier, fresher cabbage. If you have a grocery store that generally has better produce than another, get it from that one. But you'll probably be fine either way.

I learned picking from the book Wild Fermentation by Sandor Katz. Great book if you come across it and want to try other types of picking. It's a fun hobby.
Thank you... my sister has says it it helps her stomach so she does this at home. Thought I would give it a try. Thanks for the book title too.
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Thank you... my sister has says it it helps her stomach so she does this at home. Thought I would give it a try. Thanks for the book title too.
Yes unpasteurized fermented foods can be great for digestion. Homemade kimchi is great too.
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I freakin hate caraway seeds
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Darn. Missed it!!! Great sale!!
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I freakin hate caraway seeds
Good for Goulash..
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Can you post your recipe here??
I use an instant pot one. Careful with salt. You can always add after.
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I freakin hate caraway seeds
Well the caraway seeds hate you too
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Goes great with homemade sauerkraut, which is a fun thing to try if you've never done it. Just need cabbage and sea salt basically. Homemade sauerkraut is so much better than the stuff in cans too.
What about the stuff in pouches?
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What about the stuff in pouches?
Same as the canned stuff I think. There are definitely nicer store-bought krauts out there. Trader Joe's has a really nice raw sauerkraut with cucumbers in it.
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Same as the canned stuff I think. There are definitely nicer store-bought krauts out there. Trader Joe's has a really nice raw sauerkraut with cucumbers in it.
There was one I bought in a glass jar.. I think Costco... it's very good.
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