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German Sauerkraut 16 oz
Rotkohl (Red Cabbage with Apple & Natural Color) 16 fl. OzRotkohl (Red Cabbage with Apple & Natural Color) 16 fl. OzROTKHOL (RED CABBAGE WITH APPLE & NATURAL COLOR)

ROTKOHL is a traditioal German specialty of swee and sour red cabbage which is heated and served as a side dish with a meat entree.  Our ROTKOHL is made from an old family recipe.  Selected fresh red cabbage which is blanched is packed in a mild sweet and sour brine containing apple.  Rotkohl goes along with most meat dishes including roasted pork, beef, chicken, turkey, goose, and duck, and as well with venison and German specialties like rouladen, bratwurst and vienner schnitzel.

16 fl. oz.
Rotkohl (Red Cabbage with Apple & Natural Color) 32 fl. OzRotkohl (Red Cabbage with Apple & Natural Color) 32 fl. OzROTKHOL (RED CABBAGE WITH APPLE & NATURAL COLOR)

ROTKOHL is a traditional German specialty of sweet and sour red cabbage which is heated and served as a side dish with a meat entree.  Our ROTKOHL is made from an old family recipe.  Selected fresh red cabbage which is blanced is packed in a mild sweet and sour brine containing apple.  Rotkohl goes along with most meat dishes including roasted pork, beef, chicken, turkey, goose, and duck, and as well with venison and German specialties like rouladen, bratwurst and vienner schnitzel.

What is Rotkohl?
Rotkohl is German for red cabbage. It is a staple in German cuisine.The color of the raw cabbage is between red and blue. People in Northern Germany cook it with wine or vinegar. The acid turns the cabbage red, hence its name. People in Southern Germany cook it with suger, and that makes the cabbage turn blue, which is why they call it Blaukraut.
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Sauerkraut (All Natural) 16 fl. OzSauerkraut (All Natural) 16 fl. OzSUAERKRAUT (ALL NATURAL)

KRUEGERMANN SAUERKRAUT is made the old fashion way using only 3 ingredients; cabbage, salt and water.  We clean, cut and compact cabbage in small batches and allow the fermentation to occur 100% naturally.  No bleaching agents are added to artifically whiten the cabbage.  Our sauerkraut quality is outstanding because of the old fashion methods and high quality of raw materials.

16 fl. oz
Sauerkraut (All Natural) 32 fl. OzSauerkraut (All Natural) 32 fl. OzSAUERKRAUT (ALL NATURAL)

KRUEGERMANN SAUERKRAUT is made the old fashion way using only 3 ingredients; cabbage, salt and water.  We clean, cut and compact cabbage in small batches and allow the fermentation to occur 100% naturally.  No bleaching agents are added to artifically whiten the cabbage.  Our sauerkraut quality is outstanding because of the old fasion methods and high quality of raw materials.

What is Sauerkraut?
Germans eat so much sauerkraut it handed them the friendly nickname Krauts. So it must be good, but what is it? Literally translated 'sour cabbage', sauerkraut is shredded white cabbage allowed to be natuarally fermented by lactic acid bacteria, giving it the distinct sour taste. This is very different from coleslaw, which is white cabbage soaked in vinegar.
Ingredients:
Cabbage, Water, Sea Salt.
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