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I love sauerkraut but all I know to eat it with is pork, like roast or chops, and kielbasa. Does it go well with anything else?

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I love veggie ruben sandwiches:

rye bread
swiss cheese (melted)
sauerkraut
pickle slices
tomato slices
mayo and ketchup

sounds gross but it's delicious!

Also, try grating some apple into the sauerkraut when you cook it. Serve with boiled or steamed potatoes.
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My Polish grandma always served it with homemade dumplings, and polish sausage (kielbasa), of course . Sometimes, also with pork roast.
So, it looks like other than the dumplings suggestion, I'm of little help here .
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I love veggie ruben sandwiches:

rye bread
swiss cheese (melted)
sauerkraut
pickle slices
tomato slices
mayo and ketchup

sounds gross but it's delicious!

Also, try grating some apple into the sauerkraut when you cook it. Serve with boiled or steamed potatoes.
Just don't warm it too much, lest you kill the little buggers that are the reason for eating so-called 'rotted cabbage' in the first place!
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olives and avocados! I pile this on top of sprouts (sunflower and broccoli) and sprinkle with dulse. It's SO good.
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I love mine with thinly sliced turkey or ham, with lots of mayo.

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I will eat sauerkraut with just about anything! Well, except for sweet things. But the other morning I made fried eggs and bacon, then I mashed up my eggs on my plate and mixed in a big heap of sauerkraut. Oh My God! It was heaven on toast!!!
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Hot dogs!! That's the Lancaster county special. Mmmm.... I think I'm going to go have one.

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OMG in college I remember breaking from vegetarianism briefly for a months worth of hotdogs and saurkraut (in Lancaster county, incidentally!) It was HEAVEN.
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OMG in college I remember breaking from vegetarianism briefly for a months worth of hotdogs and saurkraut (in Lancaster county, incidentally!) It was HEAVEN.
Yay! So yummy! :

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The other day for lunch I made grilled cheese sandiches with sourdough bread. After they were cooked, I opened them and added sauerkraut and olives - It was awesome!!

This whole thread sounds YUMMY!!:
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I like it on hamburgers as well as hotdogs
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