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Strasbourgeois specialties are influenced by German cuisine- no surprise there. The first regional dish I tried was choucroute or sauerkraut, a kind of shredded, fermented cabbage often accompanied by sausages and small potatoes. It’s delicious although the mound of cabbage … Continue reading