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Sauerkraut soup is a dish that has been around for centuries. The earliest known recipe for the soup dates back to the 15th century, when it was made with cabbage, onions, and bacon. This version of the soup was popular in Germany and other parts of Europe.
The soup gained popularity in the United States during the 19th century, when German immigrants brought the recipe with them. The soup became a staple of German-American cuisine and was often served during Oktoberfest celebrations.
Today, there are many different versions of sauerkraut soup, including vegetarian and vegan versions. The soup is still popular in both Germany and the United States, and is often served during the colder months.
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