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Re: Bubbies saurkraut... any other brands???

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Posted 26 August 2009 - 02:39 AM

So... I'm guessing most of the easy-to-come-by brands of saurkraut like Boar's
Head are no good? I've been looking every time and I only see generic brands and
brands I've never heard of which seem to have more junk in them than Boar's
Head. Today, I finally just got the Boar's Head. Hope I didn't do myself any
harm. I have cheated a lot the past couple weeks and am trying to remedy that
now, which is why I bought sauerkraut to hopefully help me out a little.

Nate





> >
> > I wrote to Bubbies to inquire about how they process their saurkraut.
According to their reply (posted below) would this product be okay for candida
diet?
> >
> > " The Pure Kosher Dills, Dill Relish and Pickled Green Tomatoes are 100% raw;
the Sauerkraut in the jars has been flash heated but not pasteurized "
> >
> > " We were forced to begin heating our jarred Sauerkraut to calm the cultures
inside because they were causing the kraut to continue to ferment too much in
turn causing a buildup of gas that then results in brine leaking all over our
distributor's and retailer's equipment and shelving "
> >
> > " When we heat our jarred Sauerkraut, it is quickly raised to about 135-140
degrees and then sealed in the jars. The goal here is not to eliminate all the
beneficial cultures, but rather to stifle them so they won't cause the jars to
leak. "
> >
> > " From our testing, it is above 140 degrees that you really begin to
eliminate the cultures present in our products on a massive scale. "
>
> +++Hi there. What is your name? Many people on this group have already
written to Bubbies and gotten the same information, and that's why their
products are not recommended.
>
> Good fermented products are not heated since it destroys the natural enzymes
and good bacteria.
>
> Bee
>

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Posted 26 August 2009 - 12:00 PM


>
> So... I'm guessing most of the easy-to-come-by brands of saurkraut like Boar's
Head are no good? I've been looking every time and I only see generic brands and
brands I've never heard of which seem to have more junk in them than Boar's
Head. Today, I finally just got the Boar's Head. Hope I didn't do myself any
harm. I have cheated a lot the past couple weeks and am trying to remedy that
now, which is why I bought sauerkraut to hopefully help me out a little.
>
+++Hi Nate. If Boar's Head sauerkraut is " unpasteurized " and unheated it is
okay.

Bee



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