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Raw Unpasteurised Fermented Sauerkraut - Ruby Kraut ( Red Cabbage & Beetroot) - 500 g

£6.95
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Cultured Organic Vegetables

Ingredients- Red Cabbage* (37%), Carrots* (37%), Beetroot* (19%), Onion* (3%), Ginger* (2%), Celtic Sea Salt* (1.5%), Ground Cloves* (0.25%), Ground Cinnamon*(0.25%)

*denotes organic ingredients

Net weight 550g

The Ruby Kraut is made with a delicious combination of earthy vegetables - red cabbage, carrot and beetroot, preserved with salt and lactic acid bacteria.

Keep refrigerated and use within 10-15 days of opening. In practice, with careful storage this product can keep much longer - as was the tradition with fermented vegetables everyehere.

Any chilled or frozen items not posted on a listed 24hr service will beat your own risk. We will always include chill packs and some insulation in your parcel.Placing frozen goods into your freezer on delivery will be at your discretion.

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Sauerkraut is a classic Eastern European dish, made from cabbages that have been preserved with salt and naturally occurring 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, who cherish these foods for their high vitamin, enzyme and probiotic content, and their ability to promote good health and wellbeing.

Important note: It is normal for the jars to ocassionally leak during transit due to the ongoing fermentation of the product and release of CO2. Please do not reject your package if the box is slightly wet, this is perfectly usual behaviour and does not affect the product in any way.