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    Ger-annie-um is offline Sprouter
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    Default Red Cabbage

    I hate red cabbage but OH loves it so I grow it (now that's love for you). I have a really nice one that I'm thinking I could pickle - good idea?
    If so, does anyone have a nice recipe I could filch. Ideally one which will keep a while, say until Xmas when I could give as a pressie.
    Thanks

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    There's a recipe in this thread :-

    Pickled red cabbage

    ps I've moved your post to 'making the most of'
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    Bren

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    have you tried sauerkraut, lacto-fermented cabbage, its really easy to do all you need is a large jar, some salt, caraway seeds (optional) and a weight to keep the cabbage below the surface of the liquid, i use a glass tea light holder.
    don't be afraid to innovate and try new things
    remember.........only the dead fish go with the flow

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    There is a beautiful recipe for red cabbage with blackberries and venison.

    It is a good food recipe and if you google red cabbage and blackberries you should find it.

    It is really delicious with beef, lamb, venison or duck.

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