Sauerkraut is a dish made with cabbage. Cabbage is a vegetable.
If you define a vegetable as a something you can grow, you can't grow
sauerkraut. (You can grow cabbage to make sauerkraut, however.)
If you define a vegetable as a type of food, sauerkraut is a vegetable as much
as sausage is a meat, or bread is a grain.
In fact it's made of shreaded cabbage that's put in and aged in a barrel,
not sure if it's saltwater or something else, but when I was in Germany, the
eating places outside of town would have a fresh barrel just outside the
door and they'd get it from there for the orders of it and it was good too!
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yes. cabbage is salted as it is pressed down into a crock. a cover put down into
crock to hold the cabbage below the level of the juice (weighted down). it
itself over a week or more. but my Grma used to clean the scum that forms every
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