Sauerkraut is referring to a fermented sour white cabbage, cooked with red wine, bayleaf and juniper. It is a very healthy food as it is rich in vitamin C

Related Articles

Food Trivia: Fermented Food ■■■■■■
Food Trivia: Fermented Food : Did you know that about one third of all foods around the world are fermented? . . . Read More
Kalam ■■■■■
Kalam is a Persian word for cabbage. Latin name: Brassica oleracea var. capitata. Famously made as sauerkraut, . . . Read More
Berner Platte / Bernese Platter ■■■■
Berner Platte / Bernese Platter: Berner Platte (Bernese Platter) refers to one of the traditional Bernese . . . Read More
Beilage ■■■■
Beilage is a German word which means "side dish" or "side order". The usual side dishes served with German . . . Read More
Ciorba ■■■■
Ciorba is the Romanian term referring to "Sour Soup". It refers to a Romanian soup intentionally soured . . . Read More
Red cabbage ■■■■
Red cabbage is a member of the cabbage family with a red to purple, round head. It adds color to salad . . . Read More
Food History: Douzhi (Mung bean Milk) ■■■■
Food History: Douzhi (Mung bean Milk) : Beijing has a long history of making mung bean milk. As early . . . Read More
Achatine ■■■■
Achatine is a French word for land snail or Escargot that originated in Asia (China or Indonesia) which . . . Read More
Ugu Leaves ■■■■
Ugu Leaves: Ugu refers to an African leafy vegetable used in soups or stews with a choice of meats, fish . . . Read More
Ginisang Ampalaya ■■■■
Ginisang Ampalaya in the food context refers to a traditional Filipino dish made from sautéed bitter . . . Read More