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Preserving cultures

Home cooks use ancient process to create traditional foods
Hand-slicing two varieties of cabbage with a very sharp knife is the first step to create a uniform, attractive sauerkraut, Marye Jackson says.
Marye Jackson gathers all the ingredients she needs to make sauerkraut.
Marye Jackson is a member of Shared Harvest community garden, which grows organic cabbage, ready for harvest this week.
Marye Jackson uses juniper berry from her back yard in her recipe for sauerkraut.
Dill, an easily grown herb, is key to many fermentation recipes from sauerkraut to pickles.
Marye Jackson’s sauerkraut complements parsley garnished red potatoes and pork for a traditional fall harvest dinner.

Preserving cultures

Hand-slicing two varieties of cabbage with a very sharp knife is the first step to create a uniform, attractive sauerkraut, Marye Jackson says.
Marye Jackson gathers all the ingredients she needs to make sauerkraut.
Marye Jackson is a member of Shared Harvest community garden, which grows organic cabbage, ready for harvest this week.
Marye Jackson uses juniper berry from her back yard in her recipe for sauerkraut.
Dill, an easily grown herb, is key to many fermentation recipes from sauerkraut to pickles.
Marye Jackson’s sauerkraut complements parsley garnished red potatoes and pork for a traditional fall harvest dinner.
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