Strawberry Sauerkraut

Ever-searching for ways to eat more strawberries, I was intrigued by Sandor Katz’s suggestion to use dried fruits in sauerkraut. Why dehydrate berries instead of using them fresh? Fruits, which are …

Sauerkraut

Sauerkraut is a fermented cabbage dish. In its simplest form, it is just cabbage and salt. But you can add other vegetables (or fruits) as well as your own seasonings. …

Around the World with Sauerkraut

You always remember your first 💚! For me, my first fermented love was sauerkraut. In fact, ten years ago this month, I experimented with my first batch of slow-fermented cabbage. …

Curtido

Curtido (sometimes spelled cortido) is a Salvadoreña (from El Salvador in Central America) version of sauerkraut. The word encurtido means pickle in El Salvadorean Spanish. In its native country, the …

Sauerkraut

Sauerkraut is a fermented cabbage dish. In its simplest form, it is just cabbage and salt. But you can add other vegetables (or fruits) as well as your own seasonings. …

Spicy Sauerkraut

Looking to spice up your basic sauerkraut? Give this variation a go… adjust the level of heat to your liking. This recipe posts up about a 2 out of 5 …

Ginger Sauerkraut

Sauerkraut was traditionally prepared in the autumn and then stored fermented all winter long in a cellar where the earth temperature kept it cool but above freezing. People would consume …

Garlic Dill Sauerkraut

This is a great recipe for the “shoulder season” of autumn– when cucumbers are just becoming out of season, and cabbage is coming in! You don’t have to give up …

Kale-Scallion (Irish) Sauerkraut

This sauerkraut variation is inspired by ingredients common to Irish cuisine– kale and green onions. We made it around St. Patrick’s Day, so there’s a li’l green theme going, too! …