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does anyone can them . does anyone have a recipe they would share
 
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Looks like you're going to be the first one to do it!

Have you considered pickling it? If you do it with good old fashion whey, it could reduce the horrible gas you might get from eating sunchokes.


I'm eating Goldenrod next spring
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Charles, I just finished my second batch ( 1 gallon each) of kimchi, which has been great and very addictive. In reading through the wild fermentation book again, I noticed another kimchi recipe, similar to the regular, but without the cabbage and lots of root vegetables, including sunchokes. I am making a batch of the root kimchi this week. If you are interested in the recipe, I can post it for you.
 
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sure ill try it is kimchi like craut?
 
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charles johnson "carbonout" wrote:is kimchi like craut?



Yes, often with a much stronger & more complex flavor.

Some aspects of sauerkraut, salsa, and Worcestershire. That is, the underlying fermented cabbage flavor can have a lot of vegetable, spice, and fermented fish aspects layered over it.
 
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