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Kelp & Alaria with Sauerkraut

<p>Make your own sauerkraut (a wonderful easy adventure in live food!) The website http://www.wildfermentation.com/ is informative and useful. To your sauerkraut, add chopped Digitata (Kelp or Alaria). Chop pieces to the size of one small piece of seaweed per bite of "kraut".

Optional and yummy: add chopped garlic and cayenne for a zesty kraut. No need to alter the quantity of salt you use in the recipe. However, as seaweed will absorb water, you may need to add more liquid if after 12 hours the cabbage is not covered with liquid.

If you do not want to make your own sauerkraut, buy raw unpasteurized sauerkraut in the refrigerated section of a natural foods market. Cut Digitata, Kelp or Alaria in small pieces, mix in, refrigerate and wait 2 days to soften. Note: If kraut is in a can or a vacuum-sealed jar, it is no longer "raw/alive" since canning uses heat to process the contents.


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