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I set up a crock with cabbage a few weeks ago. Having made kraut before, this is the first time I've experienced this. The crock has a sweet smell (not unpleasant, just sweet) and there is a slime on top of the plate I use as a weight. After scooping the slime out and removing the plate, I sampled the kraut and it's fine.

Any idea if it's safe to eat or should it be discarded?
 

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The slime I had is different than the usual scum. This stuff was really, really slimy.
 
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