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Old 11-04-2014, 04:14 PM   #61
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My grandparents were German immigrants and oxtail soup or boiled cow's tongue were common meals.

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Old 11-04-2014, 05:54 PM   #62
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I got a good laugh over it, too! I don't buy sauerkraut to drink the juice btw. When I buy sauerkraut(a couple of times a year from a farm market that makes their own from their own cabbage) I incidentally like to drain out a little of the juice and drink it. My mother did this, too. Years ago I saw sauerkraut juice being sold in small cans but I don't know what the purpose of marketing it this way would be unless to drink it.
It's a killer laxative. Every German I knew growing up always drank raw sauerkraut juice. Every butcher shop had raw sauerkraut in a barrel and would sell you more kraut, less juice, or vice versa.

Re Nodak's post above, I still love thin slices of cow's tongue. We also always had head cheese, which my uncle made.


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Potato chips with plain cottage cheese spread on (not dipped into) them.

It's an interesting combo.
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Peanut butter and mayonnaise on any kind of bread....sometimes I add bacon. My great uncle ( and aunt) taught at Pepperdine and he introduced me to this sandwich.
Put bologna and tomatoes on that sandwich and I'm loving it.

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