Sunday, August 21, 2011

Cabbage - guess its use

Because I want to get downstairs quilting ASAP, I am electing NOT to give a step-by-step rundown of ONE of our tasks yesterday. Instead.....those "gardeny-people" that all of you are out there...... I give you a task: What are we prepping/making in these series of photos?

My job, shredding cabbage via food-processor, that, surprisingly, took a couple of hours to complete! I couldn't IMAGINE how long it would have taken had I not had the food processor!

Cassie's job; sprinkle the salt

Paul's job; pressing it down

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm guessing sauerkraut.

Cindy

Pokey said...

Sauerkraut!

Nic said...

Sauerkraut, of course.
And that was my guess from the first pic :)

Linda said...

I'm guessing sauerkraut too but it's just a guess as I've never seen it done...Lot of work!

Andee said...

Gonna have to go with Saurkraut though at first I thought coleslaw...smile!

sosarahsew said...

sauerkraut... My grandmother use to tell of a relative who wanted to learn how to make it, but after several days said it had started to smell so she threw it out! Makes me wonder if she really had known what she was making.

Patchwork Penguin said...

Lots and lots of kraut!!! I can see a HUGE Pork and Saurkraut supper on New Year's Day!!!!

Me and My Stitches said...

Good Lord, woman...that is a pile of kraut!!!

Edita said...

Not sure what saurkraut means. In East Europe we call it pickled cabbage? My mum was used to add shredded carrots and a few cranberries. The best is to use a wooden vat. An the smell was delicious :)