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Yummy! I had cabbage to burn so I was looking for something simple. I made no changes with this recipe. If you do not like caraway seeds this is not for you. The only change I would make is to reduce the carroway seeds. I would start with 1 1/2 tsp. I would make this again.

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Ck2plz January 25, 2009

this was a grrreat soup, savory and buttery tasting, great for cool fall and winter feel good food. I agree with the 1.5 tsp of caraway seeds as well. The only other change I made was to use turkey sausage patties crumbled instead of pork, we don't do pork and this is also a less fattening option. Will do this recipe again and again.

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JayneF August 25, 2010

This was great! Everyone here loved it. I substituted 10 oz. cooked 93% lean hamburg for the sausage (personal preference), and the next time I make it I will try 1/2 hamburg & 1/2 TVP. Also, I only used 1.5 tsp. of caraway seeds. This was the perfect amount for us. Everything else was the same as the posted recipe. Thank you for a really great recipe!

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Ruby #2 November 22, 2009

Everything xxciv says about the recipe is true. I love caraway seeds, but can't ever recall putting them in soup. The seeds, along with the rest of the spices, make this a delicious soup. I especially liked the addition of celery salt rather than plain salt. This will be made often at my house because it's easy and tastes GOOD. Thanks for sharing.

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ladyfingers December 06, 2008
Sausage and Cabbage Soup for the Crock-Pot