5 edition of Sailors & sauerkraut found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Sailors and sauerkraut., Recipes from Paradise., Making do with what you have.|
|Statement||by Barbara Burkhardt, Barrie Angus McLean, Doris Kochanek.|
|Contributions||McLean, Barrie, Angus, 1933-, Kochanek, Doris, 1957-, Cook, James, 1728-1779.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||198 p. :|
|Number of Pages||198|
A new book on sauerkraut, A Passion for Sauerkraut: The Humble Vegetable for Good Health by Sam Hofer, (Hofer Publishers, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, ) is full of interesting sauerkraut lore and fascinating recipes, including one for Sauerkraut Chocolate Cake! When James Morrison reported that scurvy appeared on the Bounty on the run between the Cape of Good Hope and Tahiti, Captain Bligh wrote .
For sauerkraut production, fresh cabbage heads are trimmed of outer leaves and their central cores are removed ().Cabbage is further shredded to –2-mm thick strips and salted with –% sodium chloride (Adams and Moss, , Holzapfel, ).The addition of salt is necessary for the development of anaerobic conditions during fermentation and for inhibiting the growth of spoilage Cited by: 7. Super-Kraut’s Origin Story. Sauerkraut has a history of saving lives by providing nutrients during harsh winters and long journeys, and is an ideal processed food because it increases in nutrient value as it ages. Sauerkraut originates from Eastern Europe where cabbage is a staple vegetable.
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Sailors & Sauerkraut, Or, Recipes from Paradise, Or, Making Do with What You Have by Barbara Burkhardt (, Book, Illustrated) Be the first to write a review About this. Sailors & sauerkraut, or, Recipes from paradise, or, Making do with what you have: A reading cook book with extracts from the journals of William Samwell, and recipes interpolated therein5/5.
Sailors & sauerkraut, or, Recipes from Paradise, or, Making do with what you have: a reading cook book with extracts from the journals of William Anderson, Joseph Banks, James Cook, Thomas Edgar, Alexander Home, James King, Daivd Samwell and recipes interpolated therein.
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At a Trump child migrant centre, kids get two tearful phone calls home a week. Cook's other secret weapon against scurvy was the fresh produce he picked up on the way, which his one-armed cook, John Thompson, skilfully mixed with supplies onboard.
His recipes are detailed in a little-known Canadian book from the s titled "Sailors and Sauerkraut". Edition details Sailors & sauerkraut ; or, Recipes from Paradise: or, Making do with what you have / by Barbara Burkhardt, Barrie Recipes from Paradise.
Making do with what you have. Burkhardt, Barbara, McLean, Barrie Angus, Kochanek, Doris, Cook, Sailors & sauerkraut book, Journals. Sour cabbage, or sauerkraut, saved the sailing industry at a time when a lack of vitamin C resulted in scurvy, making long sea voyages not only deadly but unprofitable.
Now that’s motivation. What helped sailors survive can also help us. Sauerkraut is one of the easier ferments to. Sailors and Sauerkraut or, Recipes from Paradise: or, Making do with what you have A Reading Book with extracts from the Journals of William Anderson, Joseph Banks, James Cook, Thomas Edgar, Alexander Home, James King, David Samwell.
But beyond sauerkraut’s association with Oktoberfest and hotdogs, the dish had an integral role to play in a major era in the Western World. How Sauerkraut Saved The Golden Age of Sail.
Between the 16th t midth centuries, major European powers traversed the high seas for trade and war (and back again). But meanwhile scurvy took a heavy toll—to the tune of about two million deaths. Among them, as noted in the victualing minutes — the log of provisions put aboard — was 7, pounds of sauerkraut.
Made by fermenting thinly sliced cabbage in its own natural juices, sauerkraut is rich in vitamin C, which — although unknown at the time — is the key to preventing and curing scurvy. In the stacks I found a book called Sailors and Sauerkraut (Burkhardt et al. The authors of this volume scoured the journals of Cook, Banks and others for references about the food and beverages which were consumed during their voyages to New Zealand, and subsequently produced a recipe book inspired by those references.
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Stephen R. Bown, a Canadian historian of science and exploration, has written a comprehensive and engaging account that traces efforts to understand this disease.
The book summarizes how the work of James Lind (surgeon), James Cook (mariner), and Gilbert Blane (gentleman) led. The book is a curate’s egg—there are dull parts but there are also some very interesting parts. I didn't think it possible to have someone talk about salt for 13 hours and 43 minutes but it was.
The book begins with facts about salt and the sharing of some of the salt industry’s 14, uses for salt/5.
going sailors. It is widely accepted that Captain James Cook once orde pounds of “sour krout” to outfit two of his ships exploring the nia: sauerkraut cures an upset stomach and is the best natural physic there is. Sauerkraut and Hypocrites Hypocrites, the well known Greek doctor was a bigFile Size: 1MB.
Why did captain cook get his sailors to eat sauerkraut. One of the worst conditions to strike sailors on long voyages was scurvy.
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Sauerkraut was once made in quantity and stored in large wooden barrels on those tall old sailing ships in the 18th century. On long ocean voyages, sailors consumed sauerkraut to help prevent a disease known as scurvy, caused by a deficiency of vitamin C. Even though this is a thin book, this is packed with information - basically everything you need to get you started.
The author(s) talk about why people make sauerkraut/pickles, a little bit about their use in various ancient and more modern cultures and how pickles saved the sailors from scurvy starting with 18th century, when ships started carrying them.5/5(5).My Favorite Books for Boaters.
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