Yum… and yum. This is good. The ginger, jalepano, apple and garlic make for an amazing combination and spin off of the ‘normal’ sauerkraut…totally different flavor profile.
In this video Carolyn and her guest, Kelsey from Full of Days, will show you how to make this old time favorite. Check out the complete written directions here:
As with most sauerkrauts, this will take about 5-7 days to ferment on your counter but will last just about forever in cold storage afterwards. It’ll be great at the 6 month mark and still good at a year old. What a great and easy (and very frugal) way to get those probiotics into your diet!
Watch this video for complete, step-by-step directions to making sauerkraut: