英 ['saʊəkraʊt] 美 ['saʊɚkraʊt]
  • n. 一种德国泡菜
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sauerkraut 酸泡菜

来自德语 Sauerkraut,酸白菜,酸泡菜,来自 sauer,酸的,词源同 sour,Kraut,白菜,蔬菜。

sauerkraut (n.)
1630s, from German Sauerkraut, literally "sour cabbage," from sauer "sour" (from Proto-Germanic *sura-; see sour (adj.)) + Kraut "vegetable, cabbage," from Old High German krut, from Proto-Germanic *kruthan.
They pickle it [cabbage] up in all high Germany, with salt and barberies, and so keepe it all the yeere, being commonly the first dish you have served in at table, which they call their sawerkrant. [James Hart, "Klinike, or the diet of the diseased," 1633]
In U.S. slang, figurative use for "a German" dates from 1858 (compare kraut). "The effort to substitute liberty-cabbage for sauerkraut, made by professional patriots in 1918, was a complete failure." [Mencken]. French choucroute (19c.) is from Alsatian German surkrut (corresponding to German Sauerkraut), with folk etymology alteration based on chou "cabbage" + croûte "crust" (n.).
1. No one knows it yet, but the city has a new poet: The Sauerkraut Poet.
还没人知晓, 但这座城市有了位新的诗人: 泡菜诗人.


2. To reduce the sodium content, rinse canned or jarred sauerkraut before eating.
为了降低钠的含量, 食用前冲洗灌装或坛装的腌菜.


3. Light can also be explosive when combined with a little sauerkraut.


4. Sauerkraut is a cabbage fermented in its own juice, it.


5. In general Preference sauerkraut, pickles, vegetable cellar and just dish.
境内普遍喜食泡菜、腌菜 、 窖菜和甫菜.


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