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I must say that overall I am really impressed with this blog.It is easy to see that you are passionate about your writing. If only I had your writing ability I look forward to more updates and will be returning.


I just started my first batch:

I can't wait to see how it turns out!

H. Mark Delman


Good luck with your first batch. Let me know how it turns out. By the way, dont use a fancy cabbage like Savoy. You want a cabbage that has a tight head and a higher sulfur content. Generally, the red or green kind from the supermarket are fine or similar if you grow your own. In this case, less fancy is better!


Update on my first batch...It is marvelous! I took some to our family thanksgiving and it was devoured. The seasonings that I used (onion, juniper and caraway) really seemed to create a more complex flavor than straight cabbage alone. I canned mine so that it would be shelf stable at room temp.

Thanks for he tip about savoy. I tend to try anything that intrigues me. I currently have a batch of onions with pickling spices fermenting. I plan to can these --half as they turn out and half in a sweet light syrup so they have a hot/sweet taste.

H. Mark Delman

Thanks for the update. I agree, theres no comparison between what you make at home and the supermarket. Good luck and keep me posted onions.

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Incidentally, I like the way you have structured your site, it is super and very easy to follow. I have bookmarked you and will be back regularly. Thank you

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