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How do you serve and eat your homemade sauerkraut? Next to liver, this is one of my biggest challenges in eating from NT. Any suggestions are appreciated! Thanks
Lindsay, here’s a “recipe” I’ve enjoyed: 2 c. raw kraut (red is great), 1/2 c. diced celery, 1/8 tsp. cayenne. It can be a bit zippy, so decrease cayenne if you need. Start with just a tablespoon of kraut each day, if it’s challenging for you to eat. You will get used to it! Especially when you keep in mind how good it is for us.
All you need is olive oil, salt, pepper, mix and that is it. I eat it with bean soup and it is very good.Some people add minced garlic too.
I’m ridiculously excited about this. I’m on SCD/GAPS for health reasons and yogurt is one of my lifelines, so I probably think about fermentation more than is really healthy. 🙂
Thanks for the giveaway, and for the great recipes & articles, Kimi!