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Sounds like sauerkraut

The Roman chronicler Pliny The Elder was the first to document lactic acid fermentation in 50 A.D. The latest to talk about it? Craig Lewis (left) and his father Doug Lewis who chatted with Jonna this morning about their sauerkraut business and how this old food is gaining a new appreciation. The Lewis' will be conducting a workshop called "The Art and Science of Fermented Foods" at the Club 50 d'Age d'Or in Cocagne on Wednesday. (The workshop is conducted in English) It starts at 7 p.m. For more information, call 576-8247 or email

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