Day 76: Raw Fermented Sauerkraut

I drew this after my wonderful friend Bonnie from Rusty Skillet taught me to make Sauerkraut. We ate the stuff heaps while living in Germany, and I’m loving how cheap it is to DIY.

The Rusty Skillet


If there is one food I would recommend getting into your body on a regular basis it would have to be raw fermented sauerkraut (naturally fermented cabbage). This stuff is loaded with probiotics to help line the gut (digestive tract) with beneficial bacteria while also providing important vitamins, minerals and enzymes to help with digestion and gut health. Sauerkraut also helps to get rid of toxins in our body as well as reducing and eliminating fungal and yeast issues like candida. Eating as little as one heaping tablespoon per day can help to reduce sugar and carbohydrate cravings while also supporting a healthy immune system.

Store-bought raw sauerkraut is well out of our budget, and we also eat a ton of it in our household (my two children honestly can’t get enough of the stuff). It is also one of the easiest fermented foods to make and great for those who are wanting to start getting into the…

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