Sauerkraut has a long and distinguished history in the cuisine of traditional cultures.
It is often thought of as a German invention, but research has shown that Chinese laborers actually consumed it while building the Great Wall.
As with other fermented foods, the fermentation process has several benefits.
The cabbage becomes more easily digestible, and the bacteria that grow in the sauerkraut help us to build our immunity and improve digestion.
This version of sauerkraut contains added seaweed that make it into a "seakraut".
Seaweeds are fiber- rich, full of healthy minerals and highly digestible. Because of their abundance of minerals and phytonutrients, seaweeds are considered to be among the most nutritious of all vegetables.
Including seaweed in your meals will increase the nutrient density of your food and give your body the nutritional support that it needs.
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