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Old 03-14-2013, 08:55 PM   #31
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I buy a brand called Bubbies but I find others when I google natural sauerkraut
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Old 03-14-2013, 09:02 PM   #32
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I buy a brand called Bubbies but I find others when I google natural sauerkraut
Thank you I searched for Bubbies, and found a ton of grocery stores where I shop that carry it. Will pick some up next time I'm there.
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The ones I buy are naturally fermented. No added sugars/starches and not technically "cooked". I'm actually going to start making my own. Naturally fermented sauerkraut is a good source of natural digestive enzymes and probiotics. Super good for you and tastes totally different than the cooked/vinegar added kind.
I do realize that sauerkraut is fermented and not heat-cooked, that is why I put "cooked" in quotes. That being said, sauerkraut cabbage is certainly more condensed than raw cabbage, hence my question.

As far as eating 2 cups in a sitting, I would not be interested in that, either, but even if you're measuring out 1/2 c., it is still important to know if there is a ratio involved as there is with crushed tomatoes, for instance.
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I do realize that sauerkraut is fermented and not heat-cooked, that is why I put "cooked" in quotes. That being said, sauerkraut cabbage is certainly more condensed than raw cabbage, hence my question.

As far as eating 2 cups in a sitting, I would not be interested in that, either, but even if you're measuring out 1/2 c., it is still important to know if there is a ratio involved as there is with crushed tomatoes, for instance.
Actually, a lot of commercial sauerkraut IS heat cooked (pasteurized). The ones with all the good stuff are just naturally fermented and not heated. Since sauerkraut is on the list as a select veggie, I go with select veggie measurements for it. And the non-pasteurized stuff is much more mild flavored (maybe due to lack of added vinegar?). I typically have about a cup and a cup of another veg.
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Does anyone have the new phase sheets? The only ones I have are the 2009 I believe....

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Does anyone have the new phase sheets? The only ones I have are the 2009 I believe....

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The Phase 1 sheet from June 2012 is posted in the Newbie sticky thread at the top of the forum.
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The Phase 1 sheet from June 2012 is posted in the Newbie sticky thread at the top of the forum.
I found and printed off the latest Phase I sheet, but that was back before I started IP, and I was reading all those threads from start to finish. Isn't it buried somewhere in that long thread? If it is, that is what I think is confusing people, because the first one you come across is from 2009. Is the latest sheet anywhere more convenient?

I am not complaining, mind you. I would be nowhere if not for all the info on this particular forum. I volunteer to upload my copy to be posted somewhere more obvious in order to reduce confusion. I am not sure if that would be okay or not. The sheet I am referring to is dated 6/12/12.

Just let me know. Thanks.
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I found and printed off the latest Phase I sheet, but that was back before I started IP, and I was reading all those threads from start to finish. Isn't it buried somewhere in that long thread? If it is, that is what I think is confusing people, because the first one you come across is from 2009. Is the latest sheet anywhere more convenient?

I am not complaining, mind you. I would be nowhere if not for all the info on this particular forum. I volunteer to upload my copy to be posted somewhere more obvious in order to reduce confusion. I am not sure if that would be okay or not. The sheet I am referring to is dated 6/12/12.

Just let me know. Thanks.
Maybe it was different when you were here before - but the Newbie thread at the very top of the forum is only 4 pages long, and the Phase 1 sheet is on the first page, about halfway down.
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Maybe it was different when you were here before - but the Newbie thread at the very top of the forum is only 4 pages long, and the Phase 1 sheet is on the first page, about halfway down.
Found it right where you said scorbett. Thank you
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