A Great Sauerkraut


With St. Patricks Day around the corner, I thought I’d share with you an awesome Sauerkraut my husband discovered. It’s very delicious and yes, a bit more expensive, but ever so worth it.

Saverne Raw Natural Kraut Bavarian Style — It’s fresh, crispy, and has no preservatives, and it’s small-batch handcrafted. It’s only ingredients are: Cabbage, Water, Cane Sugar, Sea Salt, and Caraway Seeds. Yes!! It has Caraway Seeds in it! It’s the only way it should be! You know, I can’t think of many stinky food items I really like wafting through my home as much as I like this one… They should stand tall and be proud of such a fine product.

All I have to do is open the bag, plop it in the slow cooker, add my pork, season it (the pork, that is), and turn the slow cooker on. Boom. Dinner in 8 hours. It’s even better on a Reuben sandwich…grilled with buttery Rye bread, piles of corned beef, gooey swiss cheese, mounds of this amazing sauerkraut and gobs of Thousand Island Dressing… oh… my… glory!!! Don’t you just wan’t to run out and get a bag now??? I don’t, because I have two bags in my slow cooker as I type… Can’t wait for dinner!! Hee–Hee!

They come in a variety of flavors. Check out their website, and see if your local specialty stores carry them. If they don’t, and you’re a sauerkraut lover, you might want to ask if they can… they’re that good! And THAT’S … According To Giselle!



About According to Giselle

Hi, I'm Giselle. I'm just a simple woman with simple desires, many talents, and a wish to share my ideas with you. In my home, I find that food is a way that everyone connects with each other, begins to find comfort and opens up, expresses themselves, finds joy. New and old friends, family ... each person slowly opens up to each other and begins to connect around food, fellowship, and laughter. I hope that along the way, we can connect and become friends as well. I invite you to join me on this journey of laughter, joy, sadness, food, entertainment, and so much more! And its all... According to Giselle.

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