Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Wordless Wednesday: Sauerkraut Revisited

I’m slightly addicted to fermenting. 

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When we move, Lord willing, at the end of the month, we will need a U-Haul for my fermenting jars alone. 

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Have I mentioned before that we will currently be homeless?  I am 100% sure that God has the perfect location for us.  We just haven’t found it yet. I hope it has a swing set. 

And some countertops.  For fermenting.

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We will have sauerkraut to eat, though!  (You can thank me for that later, Hottie!  At least you won’t die of scurvy!)

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But that is besides the point.  Instead of worrying about where my baby is born, I am investing my concerns into creating bacteria.

It is too much fun.

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I think Smiley thinks this is a little weird, though.  Sauerkraut makes his brothers get along! 

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I bought a new book with my birthday money . . . and I have a whole new world of fermenting possibilities. 


I think I might blog my way through this book.  So instead of the movie Julie and Julia, it will be Jodi and Sandor.  Beautiful.

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I’ll let you know how it tastes, in a few weeks, from the back of my U-Haul.  That would be a picture.  

If you forgot about the last time I made sauerkraut . . . let me refresh your memory.

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