How to Make Homemade Sauerkraut
Hi Sweet Friends,
Homemade sauerkraut is a wonderful nutrient-rich food that is slightly tangy and a touch effervescent. It makes the perfect accompaniment to any meal because sauerkraut is high in good bacteria called probiotics, as well as enzymes. Both aid the digestive tract by improving gut health and assisting with digestion, allowing for our bodies to better absorb nutrients from the food we eat.
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|Pickle Packer – Sauerkraut Pounder Made From Natural Acacia Wood
Note: This is not the exact kraut pounder that I use, but it was as close as I could find and should be reliable as it is made by the MasonTops company.
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