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sauerkrautsau‧er‧kraut /ˈsaʊəkraʊt $ -ər-/ noun [uncountable]  DFa German food made from cabbage (=a round green vegetable) that has been left in salt so that it tastes sour
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sauerkrautOtto had ordered Alsatian beer, sausages and sauerkraut for two.Sausages and sauerkraut with brown bread.Commercial sauerkraut is very salty so there is no additional salt in the recipe.Pineapple - tinned, fresh, or fresh-cooked - is excellent in coleslaw and an unexpected success in sauerkraut.It consisted of rooms filled with glass jars of preserves, barrels of sauerkraut and bins of potatoes, carrots and onions.Long tables with stainless-steel trays held mashed potatoes, sauerkraut, fried oysters and oyster stew.Heaping portions of house-produced sauerkraut, also served from warm to hot, accompany many of the entree items.Except for the sauerkraut, the drunken soldiers had destroyed everything.
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