Gundelsheim means you can enjoy sauerkraut the year round.
Sauerkraut is low in calories and therefore suitable for dietary nutrition.
Sauerkraut is often served as a main course, a wonderful steaming dish, with fried sausages, grilled chops and chunks of pickled meats and smoked ham.
- Mild and fruity Gundelsheim Barrel Sauerkraut
Sauerkraut can be eaten hot or cold. If you prefer to eat it hot put the Kraut into a pot and add a small cup of water or stock. Heat the Kraut for 10-15 minutes at low heat addition and stir occasionally. If you like the Sauerkraut more soft add more water or stock and cook a bit longer.
For recipes with Gundelsheim Sauerkraut click here.