Today I have the pleasure of guest posting for Shelly over at A Harmony Healing. Shelley runs a wonderful blog that focuses on holistic food, nutrition and well being.
A while back, after posting my Beet and Cabbage Kraut, Shelley asked me if I’d like to create a sauerkraut recipe for A Harmony Healing. It was perfect timing because I needed to make a new ferment and I was in the mood for trying something a little different. What I came up with was a totally delicious ferment using savoy cabbage, carrots and ginger. It tastes so fresh and alive, and the ginger really shines through. With all of it’s great probiotic goodness, sauerkraut is wonderful for building and maintaining a healthy digestive system, but throw in a little ginger with it’s anti-inflammatory properties, and you have an even more powerful way to help your digestion. I enjoy this ferment so much that I have another batch of this fermenting right now, it is truly that good!
Hop on over to A Harmony Healing to get the complete recipe and instructions for making my Savoy Cabbage, Carrot and Ginger Kraut.
Don’t forget to check out Shelley’s wonderful blog while you’re there!
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