sauerkraut


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sau·er·kraut

 (sour′krout′)
n.
Chopped or shredded cabbage salted and fermented in its own juice.

[German : sauer, sour; see sauerbraten + Kraut, cabbage (from Middle High German krūt, from Old High German).]
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sauerkraut

(ˈsaʊəˌkraʊt)
n
(Cookery) finely shredded and pickled cabbage
[German, from sauer sour + Kraut cabbage]
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sau•er•kraut

(ˈsaʊərˌkraʊt, ˈsaʊ ər-)

n.
cabbage cut fine, salted, and allowed to ferment until sour.
[1610–20; < German, =sauer sour + Kraut greens, (dial.) cabbage]
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sauerbraten, sauerkraut - In German, sauerbraten is literally "sour roast meat," and sauerkraut is "sour cabbage or vegetable."
See also related terms for vegetable.
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sauerkraut

Shredded and pickled cabbage. Used in German cuisine.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sauerkraut - shredded cabbage fermented in brinesauerkraut - shredded cabbage fermented in brine
dish - a particular item of prepared food; "she prepared a special dish for dinner"
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Translations
hapukapsas
savanyú káposzta
skābi kāposti

sauerkraut

[ˈsaʊəkraʊt] Nchucrut m, chucrú m
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sauerkraut

[ˈsaʊərkraʊt] nchoucroute f
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sauerkraut

[ˈsaʊəˌkraʊt] ncrauti mpl
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References in classic literature ?
I'm going to start a sauerkraut factory and combined dandruff remedy."
In her left hand she has a little heavy Dutch watch; in her right she wields a ladle for the sauerkraut and pork.
Then he recounted an episode in which the husband played the part of the lover, and he- the lover- assumed the role of the husband, as well as several droll incidents from his recollections of Germany, where "shelter" is called Unterkunft and where the husbands eat sauerkraut and the young girls are "too blonde."
So, bit by bit, the feast takes form--there is a ham and a dish of sauerkraut, boiled rice, macaroni, bologna sausages, great piles of penny buns, bowls of milk, and foaming pitchers of beer.
He had always clung to the illusion that Germans were fat, absurd men, who smoked china pipes, and were addicted to knowledge and horseflesh and sauerkraut and indigestible things generally.
The quirky limited edition sandwich's ingredients included onion bread, beef & pork sausage, sauerkraut and mustard as well as the welcomed addition of crispy fried onion, mayo and onion chutney.
Skin conditions: Fermented tea kombucha, yogurt, sauerkraut.
It's just a simple braise that uses the liquid from the sauerkraut, along with a little good German wine or beer, to break down tough wild duck over the course of 3 to 4 hours.
The plate was brought to my table filled - and I mean filled - with a pile of sauerkraut, a pile of red cabbage, a small field's-worth of boiled potatoes and three large, grey meatballs.
Chef/Owners Sarah Stegner and George Bumbaris will be offering a delicious special dip for the holiday: Sauerkraut, Shredded Corned Beef, homemade Thousand Island dressing and Swiss cheese, served in a crock with rye toast crostini ($12).
Her recipe for sauerkraut includes cabbage and sea salt, and flavorings like ginger, turmeric, cumin, cayenne and fennel seeds, Juraszek chants while preparing batches of kraut and plays "high-vibrational" music to inspire fermentation.
On a further wall ends of barrels labelled with food such as salt pork, sauerkraut and oatmeal are a reminder of the crew's repetitive diet while at the far end a small bar offers locally brewed ales such and gin from the Whitby Distillery.