This Unlikely Food Could Be The Ultimate Natural Remedy For Heart Disease


Sauerkraut is actually one of the most healthiest vegetables that you could have in your diet, whether it's to lose weight, help with a severe heart issue, or if you are wishing to prevent cancer, then this homemade recipe is just for you.

So, how exactly is sauerkraut the most healthiest vegetable ever? During it's process of souring of the cabbage, the sauerkraut is given all of its probiotic features. Through natural fermentation of vegetables, they are able to create bacteria that is extremely beneficial for your digestion. In fact, sauerkraut is suggested for people who use antibiotics so that they can have an increased amount of good bacteria in their intestinal tract.Sauerkraut is also extremely high in vitamin C which is good for diseases that can be the result of a vitamin C deficiency.

ESSENTIALS:
  • A few large cabbages
  • 2 tbsp. unrefined seas salt
INSTRUCTIONS:
It is important to keep in mind that the fermentation process can actually take up to 1-6 months as well as having a gallons worth of sauerkraut.

Begin by coring your cabbages using a food processor. Next, toss the cabbage in a somewhat large bowl and begin to mix it with your gathered salt. Next, begin to work the cabbage over with your hands as to break down the cellular structure. Afterward, the cabbage should appear limp and release juice. It is important that you pack the cabbage as tightly as you can into your vegetable fermenter.

If you do not have a fermenter, do not panic, pack the cabbage into a glass jar instead, using a wooden spoon to pack it in tightly. Pound away at the cabbage until it is entirely covered in it's own juices. Finally, covering the jar lightly and letting the cabbage begin to ferment in room temperature for the 1-6 months necessary.

Be sure to check on it every couple of days just to be sure it's too your liking. Afterward, take the sauerkraut out of the container and into the fridge till about six months. Enjoy your very own sauerkraut!