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What Was The Last Thing You Ate?

Discussion in 'The Vegetarian Forum' started by Amy SF, Apr 3, 2014.

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  1. MadamSarcastra

    MadamSarcastra MadamSarcastra, over & out.

    Location:
    Mid-Michigan
    Last night....

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  2. silva

    silva Addicted Poster

    Location:
    Ohio, U.S.A
    A tempeh reuben. I bought a jar of sauerkraut specifically for them, so I'll be eating a lot of sandwiches!
    Not a fan of sauerkraut except for on toasted rye, with mayo and stuff...
    Ideas welcome!
     
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  3. Val

    Val Extraterrestrial

    Simply make a sauerkraut yourself!:yes: Well, i wouldn't like to offend you or something, but from what i've seen in numerous video bloggers' stuff,- the situation with sauerkraut in the US is a real disaster. But OTOH in Germany and Austria...:woo: We also do have plenty of it sold in plastic pails, big and medium size, and it's fresh! (only 5-7 days after the beginning of fermentation process). When it stands longer (if not contaminated with maliscious fungi), it is even tastier. My other granny used to fermentate 40 kilos for winter time, but this is not a limit: people used to make 100-150 kilos and kept them on the balcony.:leer:
    A long but trustworthy article (but in my experience, you don't have to get rid of air):
    Homemade Sauerkraut Recipe (Easy Countertop Method) Wellness Mama:)
     
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  4. Skylark

    Skylark VHS Upcycler

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    However did my ancestors survive on sauerkraut by the kilo all winter? Well, I’m glad they did, and I don’t have to.
     
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  5. Skylark

    Skylark VHS Upcycler

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    Don’t get me wrong, I like sauerkraut in certain things, only sometimes alone. If one has it in hundreds of kilos, one may need to bathe in it.
     
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  6. Val

    Val Extraterrestrial

    Well, i can bathe in it!:leer: I'm a sauerkraut maniac!:rofl:
     
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  7. Skylark

    Skylark VHS Upcycler

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    The image in my head now is of a new character for Avenue Q.
     
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  8. MadamSarcastra

    MadamSarcastra MadamSarcastra, over & out.

    Location:
    Mid-Michigan
    Last night I made angel hair pasta, with a little evoo, plus vegan pesto & walnut-parm, some chopped broccoli, and roasted red peppers & onions....

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    I added a few sliced (super-sweet) Zima tomatoes & a couple sliced (salty) green olives to my dish....

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  9. Mischief

    Mischief Stranger in a strange land

    I love sauerkraut too, the homemade kind. I grew up with it, and in fact did the stomping of the cabbage when I was a kid.

    The best way to eat sauerkraut is with mashed potatoes.
     
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  10. MadamSarcastra

    MadamSarcastra MadamSarcastra, over & out.

    Location:
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  11. silva

    silva Addicted Poster

    Location:
    Ohio, U.S.A
    growing up I liked it with boiled potatoes and baked beans. Not anymore :(. Sometimes my grandmother would rinse it, I don't know if it were homemade or not- but probably by another relative.
    If you rinse it do you rinse the probiotics? o_O
     
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  12. Mischief

    Mischief Stranger in a strange land

    I don't know. My sister rinses it to reduce the sourness. I like it as sour as possible.
     
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  13. Val

    Val Extraterrestrial

    Yeah:yes:, the most beneficial part of it is brine, which is itself the treatment for multiple illnesses, so one should never rinse it, of course, if the sauerkraut had been fermented the right way. If not, OTOH, then there is no sense to rinse it or try saving it: you can throw it away at once.
     
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  14. MadamSarcastra

    MadamSarcastra MadamSarcastra, over & out.

    Location:
    Mid-Michigan
    Last night I had lots of my chickpea salad on Russo's pumpernickel rye, with a slice of Daiya cheddar (unseen), some baby kale, & sliced Roma tomato....

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    Tasty sammich wags its tomato-tongue at you.... :p
     
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  15. silva

    silva Addicted Poster

    Location:
    Ohio, U.S.A
    Oh man l want some fresh bakery pumpernickle now!
    That's what l last had from that steakhouse- Outback (almost wrote Outhouse :rofl:)
    I had a sea salt dark chocolate bar from aldi. Now I'll make tofu
     
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  16. Amy SF

    Amy SF Dweller in nature

    Share? Please? kthx :D
     
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  17. MadamSarcastra

    MadamSarcastra MadamSarcastra, over & out.

    Location:
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    Would if I could... gladly. :) Maybe this winter I could ship one in dry ice? LMAO :p
     
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  18. raggle

    raggle Deity

    Location:
    UK
    Frozen banana, cacao, blueberry, maca & oat milk smoothie. Well, technically I dank it not 'ate' :p
     
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  19. Amy SF

    Amy SF Dweller in nature

    Dinner: Southwest salad from Trader Joe’s, rye toast with margarine (they don’t have any tortillas), and some fresh strawberries for dessert. Everyone else at my table ate steak. :yuck:
     
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  20. raggle

    raggle Deity

    Location:
    UK
    Avocado on toast :lick:
     
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