Ginger Kraut

£6.00

Ginger Kraut – 220g.

  • Raw & Vegan
  • No additives or preservatives
  • Unpasteurised
  • Enjoy on the side of all your favourite meals.

 

 

Ingredients:Cabbage, ginger, cardamom, pink himalayan salt.

Always keep refrigerated

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Description

Ginger Kraut (aka ‘This Ginger’s No Minger!’)

A simple cabbage recipe with ginger and cardamom pods, so delicious! This is my current favourite

Cabbage can be an excellent source of vitamin K, vitamin C and vitamin B6. It is also a very good source of manganese, dietary fibre, potassium, vitamin B1, folate and copper. Additionally, cabbage is a good source of choline, phosphorus, vitamin B2, magnesium, calcium, selenium, iron, pantothenic acid, protein and niacin. It can be good for the brain and is useful in the treatment of neural disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease. The other nutrients present in cabbage, such as vitamin-E, keep the skin, eyes, and hair healthy. The calcium, magnesium, and potassium found in cabbage can be very useful for a wide range of health benefits.
Cardamom can be used for digestion problems including heartburn, intestinal spasms, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), intestinal gas, constipation, liver and gallbladder complaints, and loss of appetite.

  • Raw & Vegan
  • No additives or preservatives
  • Unpasteurised
  • Enjoy on the side of all your favourite meals.

Ingredients: Cabbage, ginger, cardamom, pink himalayan salt.

Storage: Always keep refrigerated. 

Cool temperatures stall the fermentation process while keeping it alive, although they are quite tolerant of temperature changes. If you leave a jar of fermented vegetables at room temperature, it accelerates the ripening process so just don’t leave them out of the fridge for long periods of time. Similar to the way a fine cheese ages, it is a handcrafted food that is brimming with naturally occurring bacteria cultures in an active fermentation state.

Push the vegetables down with a clean spoon to keep them at their best.

Sauerkraut which is kept on the shelves of the supermarket has been pasteurised which means the probiotics have been eradicated.

Additional information

Weight 430 g
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