In the eight+ years I’ve lived in Washington, I have often wondered exactly how one makes sauerkraut (or Sour Krout, if you insist) in THIRTEEN fresh flavors. Try as I might, I can only come up with a few: plain, garlic, maybe fennel? After that, I am utterly stumped. Blue raspberry? Bubblegum? I’ve always been too scared to stop and ask. However, the sweet deal on gardon sockers temps me…
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Hmm… Interesting. I grew up in Washington, but I still have no insight for you on that one! :o)
Caraway seeds? They make it quite sweet and delicious.
Oh! That’s what I was thinking of when I said Fennel!
Maybe it it is like those kool-aid pickles… blegh. Now I am picturing neon colored cabbage shoved into a sno cone.
Wow. Simply wow. I’m speechless.
Sorry to threat jack, but is anyone else having problems bringing up the Segullah website?
Yeah, Segullah is down. I’ve spoken with them, and they’re working on it.
13 Flavors…wow! Not sure I want to know.
However, to thread jack…Tracy, you look beautiful!
Thank you Kellie!
washington is so full of surprises. 🙂 i am hoping it surprises me tomorrow with sun. lots and lots of sun.
I’m so confused. First off, 13 flavors of sour kraut? Isn’t it just called kimchi at that point?
And 2, this is in Washington? Which one?! Because I grew up in WA state, and would LOVE to know if there are 13 flavors of kraut to be found…..
Is that possibly a bundle of Garden Soaker hoses?
It is, Briana, and that’s what he’s selling. Along with the 13 flavors of sauerkraut. And it is Washington state.
Spelling FAIL. Twice.
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