Fermented foods have many benefits. And sauerkraut is one of those foods, being nothing more than preserved, fermented cabbage.
Even though it is a typical dish from the German culinary, it is eaten all around the world.
Did you know that the basis of sauerkraut is cabbage?
Fermentation is a preserving technique that consists in changing the chemistry of foods, and the fermentation produces probiotics, which are well-known for improving the immune system, the digestion and absorption of foods, contributing to cognitive functions, improving the functioning of hormones, and also making your skin prettier.
The fermentation process takes approximately 7 days, which increases its vitamin C content by bacterial activity, which also produces B-complex vitamins and enzymes. B-complex vitamins play an important role in keeping our bodies working as fine-tuned machines.
You can eat sauerkraut by itself or with some bread, rice, and other dishes.
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