Carrot Ginger & Turmeric Kraut 450g - Certified OrganicRegular price $16.20
Do you know that you should be getting more fermented food into your diet, but you really hate sauerkraut? Maybe you love sauerkraut, but you just want to get some different fermented foods into your diet. Fermented Carrots are generally even higher in probiotics than traditional cabbage sauerkraut. This is because carrots are inherently higher in carbohydrates than cabbage (which means more food for the bacteria). Gutsy Carrot Ginger and Turmeric Kraut is tangy and fizzy with a lovely crunch.
About our Fermented Carrots Kraut
Ingredients: Organic Carrot, Organic Ginger, Organic Turmeric, Organic Grapefruit/Lime, Australian Sea Salt.
- 100% Product of Australia
- Australian Certified Organic
- Fermented in Oak Barrels (no plastics)
- Kashrut Authority Kosher Approved
- Raw and Probiotic
- Gluten Free
- Suitable for a Vegan diet
Our favourite way to enjoy this gingery tangy fermented carrot kraut is in a fresh summer salad. Toss it with roasted veggies and avo then add a generous splatter of miso and tahini dressing. Roll it up with mango, avo and prawn in a Vietnamese rice paper roll with sweet chilli dipping sauce. This Kraut also pairs well with a crispy gyoza, cauliflower rice, stir fry.
How to store Gutsy Kraut
Keep your Gutsy fermented carrots Kraut refrigerated before opening if possible. But if you can’t keep your kraut in the fridge for a while, it’s not a big deal. Fermentation is a preserving process so Gutsy kraut will keep for weeks out of the fridge. If you keep your kraut out of the fridge it will keep fermenting. The only problem is that carbon dioxide is a by-product of fermentation. So if keep your Kraut out of the fridge for too long, you may be sprayed with kraut juice first time you open it. It’s not an unhealthy, just messy.
Once opened Gutsy Kraut is best kept in the fridge. The only reason for this is to inhibit the growth of mould.