All I was doing is comparing your strubelkraut to the taste and appearance of the jar of Slawsa that I bought the other day. The ingredients according to the label are: Cabbage, sugar, Mustard (vinegar, water,mustard seed, salt, tumeric, paprika) Green Bell Peppers, onion, vinegar, carrots, salt, Xanthan Gum, Spices, Yellow #5.
No mayo, no milk, no buttermilk, no salsa. Get your facts straight before jumping to conclusions.
And in no way did I imply that it was better (or worse) than your Strublekraut (which, actually, I enjoyed very much on my 3 visits), just very similar and I stand by that. I have no idea how long it takes them to make thier Slawsa, and I have no doubt that you do it much more "hands on" than they do since they have gone into mass production. But it's still similar.
And I think you've seen the last of me at your truck, I'm not a fan of getting into arguments while trying to enjoy a hot dog. I'll have myself a Sabretts in my kitchen with the bogus strublekraut from the Slawsa company.