I read the other two reviews, one fantastic, one poor, so decided to try this for myself and give it to my unsuspecting husband and 18 year old son. They loved it. My son said it "kinda" tasted "something like coconut". I did end up warning my husband so I could see the look on his face, he was itching to try it. We ate it cold, not sure how it would have tasted warm.
I did not have too much liquid. The other user may have not drained the sauerkraut well enough... I did follow the first reviewers advice and added some cinnamon, that killed the sauerkraut smell right away. Once I drained the sauerkraut, I put it in my food chopper for a few seconds and then redrained it. This was perfect for one pie, I had to bake it 45 minutes but I don't know if its because I am high altitude. This really is a fantastic pie, now I'm on the look out for more pies that seem off the wall! Next time I make it, I'm going to try nutmeg and see how that goes. Thinking about some sort of light nut to try in it too. I am going to try this with splenda now that I've tried it with sugar just to see if it turns out as well. If you make this during the day and no one sees the sauerkraut can in the trash, no one would guess that this has sauerkraut in it, especially since the cinnamon addes such a pleasant scent.
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I read the other two reviews, one fantastic, one poor, so decided to try this for myself and...