“Cabbage” is anglicized from the Old French word, “caboche”, which means “head”. It’s name in other languages include: “Kopi” in Hindi, “Kaal” in Norwegian, “Kohl” is Swedish, “Kale” in Scottish, and “Col” in Spanish – popular in all cultures as eaten fresh and pickled (lacto-fermented!)
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Traditional fermented soy sauce is made from a mixture of soy beans and rice, fermented by a variety of bacteria and fungi. These include: Lactobacillus delbrueckii, Aspergillus oryzae, Aspergillus soyae, and Saccharomyces rouxii.
—Use ONLY Traditionally Fermented Soy Sauce
The Pickl-It makes shopping for vegetables a whole new experience….as one looks at the display and contemplates what pickling would do to each item…fun! Thanks for a fantastic way to “cook.”