delicious, crunchy sauerkraut
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Kraut the Best Sauerkraut – Easy, Crunchy, Delicious Recipe

Basic Sauerkraut I’m sorry. I can’t hear you. I have sauerkraut in my ears. Hard to spell, easy to make and eat, this is the quintessential fermented pickle to make at home right now. 5 pounds head cabbage, cut into quarters, core removed, then sliced into 1/4-inch strips 3 tablespoons fine-grain sea salt Thoroughly clean and dry a 1-gallon sized […]

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#EatSmallFruit Quick Pickled Peaches Recipe

Saturday, June 17th, 2017, I’ll have the opportunity to be an ambassador for the sweet, for the tiny, and for the peachy. I am a proud supporterĀ of the Gold Dust peach. The brilliant growers of Masumoto Family Farms, in collaboration with Real Food Real Stories, and food startup incubator KitchenTown in San Mateo, California (and soon to be in the […]

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Beer Brine Pickle Recipe

I’m teaching a class tonight at food and art community space 18 Reasons on Curious and Peculiar Pickles – whey pickles, Kool Aid pickles, rice bran pickles; pickles made with soy sauce, miso, and nothing but salt. In short, the unsung pickling alternatives to our beloved ‘kraut and dills. I have really been digging working on these pickle recipes, and […]

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Pickled Burdock Root Recipe – Bonus Tsukemono from Asian Pickles Japan e-book

Help! I can’t stop pickling with Asian ingredients! My own personal 12-step issues aside, this is a tasty “quickle” (quick + pickle) using a simple preparation on an ingredient avid picklers are likely dying to try – burdock root. Happy pickling! Print Pickled Burdock Root Japanese Tsukemono Recipe Author: Karen Solomon Recipe type: Appetiser Cuisine: Japanese Prep time:  30 mins Total time:  30 […]

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Pickled Onion Flowers in Glass Jars

Aren’t these lovely? Found them at the Mission Community Market from Little City Gardens. All of the action is in the flower buds. Plucked, pickled or not, they’re a stunner in a salad. I didn’t think the flowers needed much, so I just did 50/50 water and distilled white vinegar, plus a little kosher salt. And thank you, Weck Jars, […]

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