I was born and raised in Germany and am a snob when it comes to sauerkraut. It is very easy to make your own and have it taste authentically German. Fermented foods like sauerkraut are incredibly good for your health and taste delicious! Here is a step-by-step tutorial on how to ferment and prepare sauerkraut.
Fermenting your own sauerkraut is as easy as gathering two ingredients (yes, just two!), a few jars, and a couple utensils. This post walks your through a photo tutorial, proving that sauerkraut is as easy to make as it looks!
A fermented side dish or condiment variation of sauerkraut using carrot, ginger, onion, horseradish, turnip and spices.
Somewhere between a coleslaw and a sauerkraut, Curtido is a tasty fermented mixture of cabbage, carrot, and onion; lightly fermented and traditionally served with pupusas.
SAUERKRAUT is the easiest ferment to make. It’s the one I always recommend to someone new to fermentation. I’ve made kraut off and on over the past 35 – 40 years. My very first try at it was with an abundance of cabbage or more like a bumper crop from our own garden when we […]
Fermentation takes time and patience. Just like good wine, good cheese, and good beef, fermented veggies need plenty of time to reach perfection. How long? Longer than you might think. Read here for some insight on just how long you really need to wait!