Your 2020 Vision
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2. Set realistic/obtainable goals for yourself. 3. Make sure your goals are measurable. 4. Have accountability partners.
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How to Make Your Own Sauerkraut
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• 2 lbs cabbage
• 4 tsp fine sea salt
• Something to weigh down cabbage, ideally made of a nonreactive material like glass
• Jar • Lid with airlock
1. Remove outer leaves from cabbage. Slice very thinly. 2. In a large bowl, combine cabbage and salt. Let stand for 20 minutes. 3. Squeeze cabbage to release juices. Let the cabbage continue to soak and release juices for another 20 minutes. 4. Transfer to a jar and press down cabbage until completely submerged in its juices. Weigh down cabbage. 5. Seal jar with airlock. Let cabbage sit at room temperature and away from sunlight for one month. Once fermented, transfer to the fridge. Sauerkraut will keep for six months to one year.
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