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Cabbage maturity

wheel barrow full of cabbages

Today was the day our cabbage looked mature enough for picking.

We've been thinking about trying sauerkraut this year.



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You'll never be sorry. You might even wonder how you ever survived without sauerkraut all this time :)
Comment by Elizabeth Mon Jun 23 23:23:59 2014
With homemade sauerkraut, you won't be sorry. Try a bunch of different types (spices). It is sooo good, and good for you. NOTHING like the store stuff!
Comment by scott schluter Tue Jun 24 08:30:57 2014
A couple interesting facts on homemade sauerkraut, a 4-6 oz serving has 10 Trillion beneficial bacteria in it. That means that a 2 oz serving has the same probiotic impact as a 100-count bottle of probiotic supplement pills!! Tastes good, saves you money, makes you healthier - what's not to like?
Comment by Daniel Tue Jun 24 09:54:47 2014

One very unique homestead, $1,500 per acre, the opportunity of a lifetime