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farraday
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I was fortunate to grow up in Lancaster County, PA. My father's family were old German/Swiss Amish. His grandfather's annual sauerkraut making was a family tradition. He made it in a huge barrel in the cellar. I wish I had his directions. We ate a lot of sauerkraut. I liked it when Mom cooked it for hours with a pork shoulder. It smelled so good when we walked home on a snowy evening. Dad always told us it was good for our stomachs. Guess he was right. He was never sick. I don't think he ever took a sick day in 50 years. (I got Mom's genes. [Frown] )

My LLMD has me taking Florastor 2xday and Fluconazole 1xweek. Dad's sauerkraut tasted better!

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I wish I had grown up eating sauerkraut. I know my grandmother used to make it.

Here is a thread with info on gut health.. It includes recipes for sauerkraut. You need to get busy making some! It is WAY BETTER than taking probiotics.

http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=1;t=127668;p=0#000003

Moving to general support....

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Hey, farraday. I tried to send you a PM but your mailbox is full.

Clean R Out! [Big Grin]

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