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Old 04.09.2013, 18:00
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Re: Raw AND unpasteurised sauerkraut - where to buy it?

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I'm sure there may be some distinction to be made, but wouldn't "raw" sauerkraut just be cabbage?

Or is it just a language mistake? In which case you should take note that "raw" will usually be taken to mean uncooked, or in this case unprepared, unfermented, whatever it is they do with the stuff.
Raw means: not cooked.
Supposed to be healthier.
The stuff in the tin-cans etc. is cooked.
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