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Organic sauerkraut 500 g
Organic sauerkraut 500 g
Organic sauerkraut 500 g
Organic sauerkraut 500 g
Organic sauerkraut 500 g
Organic sauerkraut 500 g

Organic sauerkraut 500 g

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  • Sour, pasteurised sauerkraut
  • No added sugar
  • Refined with rock salt
  • Firm texture
  • From organic farming

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Organic sauerkraut 500 g

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Organic sauerkraut 18 x 500 g

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BBD: 20.01.2023

Everything at a glance Organic sauerkraut 500 g

Life is better with lametta! And because we see it the same way, we now have 500 g bags of tinsel in our online shop! Well, almost. Sauerkraut looks a little bit like party decorations, doesn't it? If you think cabbage is "just" for hearty home cooking, you're wrong. The fermented white cabbage has a lot going for it and tastes crisp and fresh not only with bacon and smoked pork but also in vegetarian dishes. Order 500 g of organic sauerkraut online now!

Sauerkraut: from regular white cabbage to traditional repast

To make sauerkraut, white cabbage must be preserved by lactic acid fermentation. This technique of preserving vegetables was already used in ancient Greece and the Roman Empire. You may also know the Korean sauerkraut variant: kimchi. The soured Chinese cabbage originated as early as the 7th century. Before the method of preservation was established, sauerkraut was eaten mainly in winter in Germany, Poland and the Netherlands. In the USA, "the Germans" were even stereotypically referred to as "Krauts" during the First World War. But now let's get into the details of how it is made: Fresh cabbage is finely chopped and put into a container (pot) with salt. The salt extracts liquid from the vegetable and preserves the natural juices. Then the white cabbage is processed with a "cabbage masher" and lactic acid bacteria are added. Our sauerkraut is also pasteurised. This means that it is additionally heated. Heating kills the bacteria and makes the sour treat last even longer.

Preparing KoRo's organic sauerkraut

What is great about our fermented white cabbage: you can eat it directly out of the bag and integrate it wonderfully into your salads. You can also prepare it "grandma style" with secret family spices, a few apple pieces and bacon. Vegetarians and vegans can do a lot with sauerkraut, from stews, quiches and curries to vegan pasta or lasagna.

Order KoRo's organic sauerkraut

As the name indicates, sauerkraut has a light sour taste (sauer = sour in German!). We have simply added some rock salt and consciously avoided adding any sugar. You can, of course, sweeten the vegetables to your liking and refine them with some spices. Whether raw or cooked, the fermented cabbage tastes delicious in soups, stews and salads, but also as a side dish for savoury meals. The firm and crunchy texture makes it a great topping for your bowls and fresh baked bread, pizza or burgers. Try it for yourself: order 500 g of sauerkraut now!

Average nutritional values per 100 g
Energy (in kj/kcal) 84 / 20
Fat 0 g
   of which Saturates 0 g
Carbohydrate 3,0 g
   of which Sugars 1,0 g
Fibre 2,3 g
Protein 1,2 g
Salt 1,3 g

Order number KRAUT_001
Origin Deutschland (Weißkohl)
Origin (processing) Germany
Content 0.5 kg
Brand KoRo
EAN 4260718293262
Data sheet Due to technical reasons, data could differ. In case you have specific questions, you can contact our customer support team. Specification
Eco-monitoring unit Due to technical reasons, data may differ. In case you have specific questions, please contact our customer support team.
DE-ÖKO-39
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Koppenplatz 9, 10115 Berlin
Storage Store at room temperature, protected from light
Ingredients 99 % white cabbage*, rock salt *from organic farming
Cross-contamination Cross-contamination is the unwanted transfer of contamination from a product to another. This can occur when residues of other food are present in the production plant, for example. This notice is mainly directed at allergy sufferers. According to consumer associations, foods that are unintentionally cross-contaminated with animal products are still considered vegan. No allergens contained according to EU Regulation 1169/2011.
Sales name Pasteurised organic sauerkraut
Bio-sourced EU agriculture
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The KoRo price chart Organic sauerkraut 500 g

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01.09.2021
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0,30€/ 100g

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0,30€ / 100g
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25.06.2021
Neu im Sortiment
0,30€ / 100g
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Questions about questions Organic sauerkraut 500 g

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How long does sauerkraut have to cook and what recipes can I use it for?

You can eat our pasteurised sauerkraut without cooking and enjoy it in crunchy salads or on your sandwich, for example. Preparing sauerkraut is not difficult: As a classic side dish for various dishes, you can steam it in water or broth and round it off with spices. For example, bay leaves, juniper berries, savory and some pepper are suitable. If the cabbage tastes too sour, you can add pineapple, apple or sugar for sweetness. Of course, you can not only make "sauerkraut with smoked pork", but also use the vegetable for quiche, lasagne, casserole, soup, curry, goulash or even on pizza. The mildly sour all-rounder also tastes great when prepared vegetarian/vegan in a vegetable stew or with vegetable meatballs.

Can I eat KoRo's organic sauerkraut raw?

Yes, you can also enjoy our firm-to-the-bite sauerkraut raw. For example, how about as an ingredient in a raw meal or vegan sausage salad?

How many calories does pasteurised sauerkraut have?

100 g of sauerkraut provides 20 kcal. As usual, you can find all the information on nutritional values and ingredients next to or below the product description in our online shop.

What does "pasteurised" mean?

To turn white cabbage into sauerkraut, it has to be fermented. This is done with the help of lactic acid bacteria. Subsequent pasteurisation makes the product last even longer. In this process, microorganisms and germs are killed by brief heating at a temperature of at least 60 °C. The organic sauerkraut is then ready for consumption.

Is organic sauerkraut suitable for weight loss?

You don't have to go on a sauerkraut diet to lose weight - the decisive factor is a calorie deficit. Our pasteurised sauerkraut has only 20 kcal per 100 g.

Is sauerkraut healthy?

First and foremost, a balanced diet that meets your needs is healthy. But we can assure you of one thing: The 500 g bag contains only white cabbage and a pinch of rock salt.

Can I eat sauerkraut during pregnancy?

In general, we see no problem with eating sauerkraut in moderation during pregnancy. We ask you to contact your doctor if you are unsure.

Can I eat sauerkraut during pregnancy?

In general, we see no problem with eating sauerkraut in moderation during pregnancy. We ask you to contact your doctor if you are unsure.

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All the reviews "Organic sauerkraut 500 g"

A
18 Oct 2021
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Finally a sauerkraut without added sugar..really

Finally times a sauerkraut without added sugar..really very tasty

A
8 Oct 2021
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Very nice.

Mild in taste.

A
7 Oct 2021
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Super

Super

J
24 Aug 2021
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Sauerkraut just. :-) Sour and herbaceous :-P

Sauerkraut just. :-) Sour and herbaceous :-P

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