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agnesrob

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Must-A-Kraut Mon, 07/5/10 7:29 AM (permalink)
Anyone else use this? I found it in a local grocery store and am totally hooked on it! I love it on hotdogs or brats along with some india relish.
 

 

 
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    MiamiDon

    Re:Must-A-Kraut Mon, 07/5/10 7:35 AM (permalink)
    I never heard of that.  BTW, the labels seem to have the name of the town wrong.  It's Lauderhill, which is about 50 miles away from my house.  Strange that I've never seen it in any of the markets that I frequent.
    <message edited by MiamiDon on Mon, 07/5/10 2:36 PM>
     
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      mar52

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      • Location: Marina del Rey, CA
      Re:Must-A-Kraut Mon, 07/5/10 12:00 PM (permalink)
      Looks very interesting.  I'd buy it.

      What is India Relish?  I'd probably buy that too.  I live in a house of condiments.
       
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        agnesrob

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        Re:Must-A-Kraut Mon, 07/5/10 12:29 PM (permalink)
        Yes, I also have many condiments. I believe India Relish is a bit less sweet than Sweet Relish. It has cucumbers and cabbage in it. I don't have a jar of sweet relish on hand to compare the ingredients. I like all kinds of relish.
         
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          6star

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          Re:Must-A-Kraut Mon, 07/5/10 12:32 PM (permalink)
          mar52


          Looks very interesting.  I'd buy it.

          What is India Relish?  I'd probably buy that too.  I live in a house of condiments.


          Here is a recipe for India Relish: http://www.recipezaar.com/recipe/India-Relish-6983
           
          Heinz also makes it: http://www.amazon.com/Heinz-India-Relish-10-12/dp/B0010AT2Q2 
           
          And here is a recipe for it including cabbage: http://www.cooks.com/rec/doc/0,1836,154160-230204,00.html
          <message edited by 6star on Mon, 07/5/10 12:41 PM>
           
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            MiamiDon

            Re:Must-A-Kraut Mon, 07/5/10 12:33 PM (permalink)


             
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              agnesrob

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              Re:Must-A-Kraut Mon, 07/5/10 12:35 PM (permalink)
              Thanks 6star! The brand I use is Heinz. That recipe looks good. I may have to try that! Yes, Don, thats what I use. Although, I do love all kinds of relish but that's the one I usually buy.
              <message edited by agnesrob on Mon, 07/5/10 12:38 PM>
               
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                mar52

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                Re:Must-A-Kraut Mon, 07/5/10 12:42 PM (permalink)
                WOW!  This is 'da place!

                Thanks, All!
                 
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