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Sauerkraut-Beetroot & Cabbage 450gm (BLR)

Sauerkraut-Beetroot & Cabbage 450gm (BLR)

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 Traditionally fermented, beetroot sauerkraut is a perfect balance of fresh cabbage and juicy beetroot combined with Himalayan pink salt. The beautiful process of lacto-fermentation brings a distinctive sour taste in the cabbage after breaking down the naturally occurring sugars. We add dill, juniper berries and caraway for the additional savour, giving you a probiotic food that is both healthy and palatable. Sauerkraut offers nutrition and health benefits far beyond those of fresh cabbage.

Flavour Profile

Taste: Beet sauerkraut offers a unique fusion of earthy and slightly sweet flavors. The natural sweetness of beets complements the tangy cabbage, while Himalayan Pink Salt and dill enhance the savory notes. Mustard seeds add a subtle spice, resulting in a well-balanced, mildly sweet, and slightly tangy taste.

Texture and Mouthfeel: The texture of beet sauerkraut is a delightful blend of crispness and tenderness. Cabbage maintains a satisfying crunch, while the beets contribute a softer, yet still substantial, mouthfeel. The mustard seeds add a pleasant pop, creating an overall texture that is both lively and comforting.

Smell: Beet sauerkraut emanates a vibrant and enticing aroma. The earthy sweetness of beets is complemented by the herbaceous notes of dill and the warm, slightly pungent scent of mustard seeds. The overall smell is fresh, inviting, and hints at the rich and complex flavors that await in this colorful and aromatic sauerkraut.

Ingredients

Green Cabbage, Beetroot, Himalayan Pink Salt, Mustard Seeds, Dill

Nutrition Facts (Per 100g)

Energy 32.5 Kcal

Total Fat 0.82 g

Saturated Fat 0.47 g

Unsaturated Fat 0.35 g

Trans Fat 0

Cholesterol 0

Total Carbohydrate 4.91 g

Total Sugars 1.47 g

Added Sugars 0

Dietary Fibre 0.94 g

Protein 1.37 g

Sodium 777 mg

Storage & Usage

Store under refrigeration at or below 8°C.

There is no one single way to eat sauerkraut. You can eat right out of the jar, top your salad or sandwich, add to rice bowls, top it on your breakfast toast, add it to salsa for dipping chips or make it a side to your meal. Get as creative as you want!

Benefits

1. Improves Digestion: Like any other probiotic, Sauerkraut also improves the health of your digestive tract by filling your body with healthy bacteria which takes care of your gut

2. Boosts immune system : A healthy gut stops unwanted toxins from entering your body thus boosting your immune system

3. Helps to lose weight : Like any fibre rich food, sauerkraut is low in calories and high in fibre. Fibre rich diets keep you fuller for longer and save you from unhealthy munching on snacks

4. Reduces stress and improves brain health : A healthy gut ensures the absorption of mood regulating minerals in your diet. This reduces stress and keeps your brain healthy

5. Improves heart health : Probiotics help in reducing the cholesterol levels and the blood pressure levels of those suffering from hypertension

6. Improves bone strength : Sauerkraut is rich in Vitamin D and K2. These vitamins aid in maintaining bone health by reducing calcium loss.

FAQs

1. Why should I eat sauerkraut?

Sauerkraut is a storehouse of fibre, probiotics, minerals, vitamin C, vitamin K, iron, manganese, folate, vitamin B6 and antioxidants. It is known to have anti-inflammatory properties, improve digestion, keep skin healthy, and aid weight loss.

 

2. What is the best way to eat sauerkraut?

There is no one single way. You can eat right out of the jar. Add to your salad or sandwich. Get as creative as you want!

 

3. Can sauerkraut be used in cooking?

One of the main benefits of sauerkraut comes from the live good bacteria in it. Heating to temperatures above 46°C could kill them, so you need to be careful and cook at low temperatures or it can be added to your meal after cooking. 

 

4. What can be done with the extra brine?

It can be used as a salad dressing. It can be drizzled in vegetables in place of vinegar.  It can be added to soups and dips, or you can even drink it straight.

 

5. What is the optimal amount of sauerkraut to eat in a day?

Eating sauerkraut daily is a healthy practice. Having a spoonful every day will be sufficient to fulfil your probiotic need.

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