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Sauerkraut is a classic Eastern European dish, made from cabbages that have been preserved with salt and lactic acid bacteria. Loving Foods sauerkraut is naturally cultured using organic ingredients and traditional fermentation techniques. This method of preparation has been used for thousands of years to enhance and preserve the nutritional value and flavour of food.
Fermented foods form an important part of the diets of cultures throughout the world. Loving Foods Sauerkraut and Kimchi is naturally fermented using unprocessed Celtic Sea Salt and nothing else but love and time. During this process, the nutrients and natural bacteria present in the vegetables are multiplied, and other compounds that were not present before, are produced.
The final product is not only healthy, but also delicious, and work great as part of a salad, or as a condiment alongside your meals to add flavour, colour and texture
Cabbage* (98.5%), Celtic Sea Salt (1.5%)
Per 100g: Energy 83kJ/20kcal; Fat 0.4g (of which saturates 0.2g); Carbohydrate 4.2g (of which sugars 0.6g); Protein 0.8g; Salt 0.4g
We’re fermented food and drink fanatics: we love the stuff. That’s why we make it. Life-giving loveliness in a jar. (Or a bottle.)
Loving Foods was started in 2006 by brother and sister, Mendel and Faye who were quickly joined by Faye’s husband, Adam. Mendel is a qualified nutritional therapist with a natural interest in healthy food; Faye acquired her healthy interest in natural food the hard way: as a sufferer of chronic IBS.
Mendel helped his sister - naturally - and her subsequent lifestyle and diet changes transformed her health in general, and her IBS in particular. As their interest in and advocacy of fermented health grew, Mendel started to prepare his own fermented food which Faye would evangelise to her family and friends.
Loving Foods was a natural progression. Born out of need and fueled by enthusiasm, we are now driven by a lasting ambition: better well-being for everyone.
The result is super tasty, great on it's own, in salad, with a sausage, even in a juice ot smoothie. Try not to cook it, just add it