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Dill Sauerkraut

sauerkraut dill pickle

Like dill pickles

Dill pickles are very popular in Germany. Unfortunately, they are not so easy to make raw and with no salt. It’s so much easier to achieve almost the same taste with sauerkraut and dill.

Spices

I almost always make just a basic pure cabbage recipe, sometimes I feel like adding different spices and herbs. Never ever one should assume that spices that you hate will make the sauerkraut better later. Only use your favorite ingredients.



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Dill Sauerkraut

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      Knife, Glass Jar

1 head of
cabbage, roughly chopped
1/3 bunch of
dill
2/3 tsp
salt
Combine the ingredients massaging them for a minute. Place into a glass jar and fill the jar up with water so the water covers the cabbage. Leave at room temperature covered with a not too tight lid for 3-5 days. Check on your sauerkraut, when fermented to your liking, keep it in the fridge.
Make sure to clean everything properly. The water should be pure, chlorine-free. The salt I use has no additives, just pure sea salt or himalayan salt.



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Sauerkraut with Carrots

sauerkraut carrot turmeric recipe

The carrot boy

Carrots are Stefans favorite dish. He consumes them as if they were a complete dish, in huge quantities, peeled with some tahini. Cabbage isn’t something he would usually ask for, so I started to ferment carrots with a little cabbage for him. And he loves it.

How to cut carrots

You can cut, slice or grate the carrots. I love to cut them with a noodle peeler. It’s fast and beautiful.

Can you pickle carrots only?

I haven’t tried to pickle carrots without cabbage, I kind of assume you need the cabbage to start the fermentation.

Less salt

I don’t like adding salt, I try to use a small amount if any.



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Pickled carrots with sauerkraut

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      Knife, Peeler, Glass Jar

1 head of
cabbage, roughly cut
3
carrots, cut into noodles
2/3 tsp
salt
Combine the ingredients massaging them for a minute. Place into a glass jar and fill the jar up with water so the water covers the cabbage. Leave at room temperature covered with a not too tight lid for 3-5 days. Check on your sauerkraut, when fermented to your liking, keep it in the fridge.
You can spiralise the carrots as well. I like to use the peeler. The water should be pure, chlorine-free. The salt I use has no additives, just pure sea salt or himalayan salt.



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Sauerkraut kimchi style

sauerkraut kimchi style

What is kimchi

Kimchi is a traditional korean dish made with chinese cabbage, leek, garlic and ginger along with many other ingredients such as veggies, spicy paprika and more.

White kimchi

Most kimchi is dark orange from added gochutgaru (chili powder). I like white kimchi way better so my cabbage kimchi will be white.
sauerkraut kimchi style recipe



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Kimchi style sauerkraut

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      Knife, Grater, Glass Jar

1 head of
cabbage, roughly cut
1
daikon reddish, cut into mash sticks
3 cloves
garlic
1 thumb
ginger, grated
2/3 tsp
salt
Combine the ingredients massaging them for a minute. Place into a glass jar and fill the jar up with water so the water covers the cabbage. Leave at room temperature covered with a not too tight lid for 3-5 days. Check on your sauerkraut, when fermented to your liking, keep it in the fridge.
Make sure to clean everything properly. The water should be pure, chlorine-free. The salt I use has no additives, just pure sea salt or himalayan salt.

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3 favorite sauerkraut recipes

Why I make my own sauerkraut

I can’t live without sauerkraut. It adds the flavour and textures that lacks in our raw food diet otherwise. Some people eat sauerkraut for its probiotics, I eat it for the taste. The taste only.

Homemade sauerkraut better than store-bought

Store bought contains lots of salt and we all know that we probably eat too much salt with all the other foods we consume daily. A sauerkraut lovers like me can’t restrict her sauerkraut consumption. For me, the only around it, is to make my own no or low salt sauerkraut. There is also no vinegar in my sauerkraut recipe.

How time-consuming is it to make sauerkraut

I used to believe that making sauerkraut is really time consuming, it felt like a 2-days-event back when I was a child and all the family members had to participate. Stefan kind of told me that he did not want to help me with it and I had to reconsider the familiar method. I simplified all the steps to the extent that I make a 1 gallon jar once a week and it only takes me 10-15 minutes.

Secrets of how to make great sauerkraut

N°1 Fresh organic cabbage!
N°2 Never add spices and herb you don’t like!
N°3 Clean everything. Clean the veggies and the utensils properly. Don’t forget your hands.
N°4 Use drinking water for the sauerkraut, not the chlorinated!

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Organic ingredients

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Dill Sauerkraut

Better than pickles.

Sauerkraut with Carrots

Pickled carrots for carrot lovers.

Sauerkraut kimchi style

Sauerkraut with the asian twist.



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Cucumber Noodle Salad

Cucumber Noodle Salad

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      Julienne Peeler, Knife    

2
cucumbers, peeled into noodles
1 bunch
radishes, cut into quarter moons
handfull
peas
1
avocado, cubed
1/4 cup
green onion, chopped
1/8 cup
dill, chopped
1/4 cup
parsley, chopped
1 clove
garlic, chopped
3 tbsp
lemon juice
1 pinch
onion powder
1/2 tsp
curry powder
1 pinch
Kala Namak salt
Mix all the ingredients.