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Re: sauerkraut

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I go about 8 weeks at regular cellar temperatures here(55-60deg F) before I can it. I forgot a crock for 10 months, and it didn't seem any different that the 2 month stuff, but I didn't have the guts to eat it.

When it stops bubbling, it is supposed to be done.

I have 20 gallons brewing at the moment, should be done just in time for Christmas presents...

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 Re: sauerkraut in reply to RGMartin, 11-27-2013 11:23:12  
Sauerkraut as other have stated wilol keep until next season. Old timers with big families made it by the barrel during the depression yrs. A few apples tossed in the barrel or crock was a freat during the winter. It will keep almost indefinately. My grandmother died a nd several yrs later we were cleaning the cellar and found 10 gallons salt pickles and 10 gallons sauerkraut. It was edible and we used and enjoyed it. Salt pickles were cucumbers she "laid away" in salt, later soaked to remove the salt, with a sugar-vinegar broth, sometimes with some sliced onions. She always had a gallon crock in the pantry with the best thing you ever ate. I learned how to make them and occasionally put some away in her memory

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