The rest of the cabbage (2/3rds of a large head) went into the my first attempt at making sauerkraut. I read several recipes; watched several videos on youtube and thought about it for some time. It certainly sounded easy enough. And, if it works as promised, it is really easy - although a bit messy. I have this jar setting in the laundry room (I did all the laundry this morning.) It needs a place where it will not be disturbed and does not get sunlight. Most of the time my laundry room is pretty dark.
After making this batch, I did even more research (or squirrel chasing as the case may be) and found this website Make Sauerkraut. I have added her blog to my reading list. But after reading more, now I want to make another batch of kraut -or more. I saw so many variations on kraut that all sound good to me. There is a lot of information on the internet about eating fermented foods.
I also am working on a costume piece for the local community theatre - but I won't show that in case any local readers attend that show. (I am NOT in this one- I just didn't have time.)
And I also have a mini-quilt that I have started but can't show - well okay, just a sneak peek.
I really had no clue about the myriad of product that they make until I joined the program. I really want to try the iCraft Deco Foil. It can be used on fabric and/or paper. So it is also good for scrapbooking, card making or whatever else you come up with.
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