[CnD] Sauer Kraut In A Crock Pot

Dawnelle cruzed at cox.net
Tue Feb 21 04:52:33 GMT 2012

You don't want to use canned potatoes and jarred apples with your 
sauerkraut.  Using new potatoes means that you don't have to peel them 
because the skin is so thin.  New potatoes are a type of potato; I can't 
speak to whether it also means that they are dug up earlier than other 
potatoes.  Don't forget to sweeten your sauerkraut with a little brown sugar 
to taste.  Boil the whole mess together.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Tom Dickhoner" <tdickhoner at fuse.net>
To: <cookinginthedark at acbradio.org>
Sent: Monday, February 20, 2012 10:32 PM
Subject: [CnD] Sauer Kraut In A Crock Pot

> We have a missions' conference at our church this weekend. If anyone has a 
> sauer kraut recipe, please pass that information onto me.
> Someone said they had one with brought worsts, new potatoes, and apple 
> which sounded good.
> What are new potatoes? Do they have to be sliced once they are out of the 
> can?
> How about the apple, can canned ables be used, or do you peal, core and 
> cut the apple?
> Tom Dickhoner from Cincinnati, Ohio
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