Turmeric + Cumin Fermented Sauerkraut (3 PACK)

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Rooty and earthy, Turmeric + Cumin is a warm, golden, flavored sauerkraut that delivers a rich finish.

  • Sauerkraut naturally fermented in salt water brine.
  • Loaded with 14 billion CFUs of lactobacillus per serving.
  • One package contains 16 ounces, equaling one full pint of sauerkraut plus brine.
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  • Locally Sourced

    We source most of our vegetables from local farms. That means just a day or two between harvest and fermentation. This preserves phytonutrients and creates a more nutritious product.

  • Salt Water Brine

    We use mineral-rich, pure and unrefined Mediterranean sea salt. It’s non-iodized and contains no caking agents or added preservatives.

  • Zero Vinegar or Sugar

    Pickles containing vinegar or sugar are not lactic acid fermented and therefore are not a probiotic, gut-healthy pickle. Period.

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    Raw & Unpasteurized

    Some call it ‘wild fermentation’ because it creates an abundant growth of natural, live probiotics. Pasteurization would kill these live cultures, so we don’t do it.

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Fermented sauerkraut made with nutrient dense, whole food ingredients.

Serving Size: 1/4 cup
Servings Per Container: 8
Amount Per Serving: 5 Calories
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Green cabbage, fresh turmeric root, cumin seeds, high mineral sea salt, filtered water

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HEALING AND DELICIOUS

“I never thought I'd be able to eat kraut again because of IBS but these ferments are a game changer. Thank you Olive My Pickle for creating delicious foods that are healing."

Andie R.

YOU WANT THE TRUTH?

“Truth is, I ate the bag in about 3 days, just the straight up kraut. This was the most refreshing, most delicious, crisp, tantalizing substance I have ever put in my mouth.”

Bobby S.

CARROT + DILL IS MY FAVE

“We use it on sandwiches, veggie bowls and as a bean soup topper. I like the caraway kraut too but this is the mildest and goes with the most!"

Anne L.

IBS NEVER BEEN BETTER

"My IBS is better than it's been in decades, these ferments work better than any probiotics I've tried (and I've tried everything)."

Donna K.

FORMER KRAUT HATER CONVERTS

“I used to hate kraut. Hated the smell and the taste. This stuff has converted me to a kraut LOVER. A big spoonful goes on the side of my plate, no matter what I’m eating.”

Leonard B.

DELICIOUS AND PRETTY KRAUT

'I'm enjoying the Red + Ginger Fermented Kraut in so many ways: on avocado toast, in savory oatmeal, with eggs and in salads, I love the crunch and the flavor."

Gretchen J.

The "new" superfoods.

(Well, not quite new. But definitely super.)

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Immune Boosting

The rich lactic acid bacteria in ferments is scientifically validated to support immune system function.

Nourishing

The high prebiotic fiber content in fermented veggies feeds and nourishes the resident microbiome.

Energizing

Live enzymes in ferments help to digest food, which increases the body’s energy levels.

Hydrating

Made with sea salt rich in minerals potassium and sodium, these electrolytes hydrate the body at a cellular level.

Nutrient Density

Fermentation enhances nutrients through its metabolic process, boosting B vitamin levels especially.

Lab Verified

Third party tested & verified to contain billions of colony forming units of lactobacillus per serving.

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How to Eat Fermented Foods

It's a lifestyle, not a fad or a phase.

Consistently eating probiotic foods over the course of your life is the key to optimal results. A serving size, 3 times a day is about right.

Mix it up.

Consume an abundant variety of ferments. Each one has a unique microbial profile and your gut thrives on this biodiversity.

Breakfast. Lunch. Dinner. Snacks.

Because 70% of your energy is spent on digestion, when you eat ferments with meals, their enzymes aid this process. The result is more energy for you.

FAQs

What is kraut or sauerkraut?

Kraut or sauerkraut is one of the more basic ferments. Kraut is simply shredded green cabbage and salt. Kraut is the fermentation tradition of Germany, eastern europe and slavic regions. Kraut is sour, yes, because green cabbage when fermented takes on a tanginess from the fermentation process.

Is kraut the same thing as cole slaw?

No. Slaw is shredded and chopped fresh, raw cabbage, typically served with a mayonnaise dressing. By contrast, kraut has undergone the fermentation process, which makes the texture of the cabbage more tender than raw slaw. 

Should I just put kraut on a hot dog or sausage?

While you CAN just put kraut on a hot dog, there are so many more ways to enjoy it. In fact, kraut is likely the  most versatile ferment around. Treat kraut as a condiment or topping. Enjoy with eggs in the morning. Chop and add into your salad. Layer on your sandwich for a flavor boost. Garnish any dinner plate: kraut is delicious alongside chicken and rice, or on top of your tacos.

Which types of probiotic bacteria are in kraut?

Fermented kraut contains 14 billion colony forming units (CFUs) of lactic acid bacteria per serving. A serving is one quarter cup, or about 2 tablespoons. The most abundant types of probiotic bacteria found in fermented kraut are Lactobacillus Plantarum, Lactobacillus Brevis, Pediococcus Aacidilactici, Pediococcus Cerevisiae and Leuconostoc Mesenteroids.

What are the health benefits of fermented kraut?

Real, salt-water brine fermented sauerkraut contains naturally occurring probiotics that are optimal for gut health. Green cabbage is incredibly nutrient dense, rich in fiber and antioxidants.

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