Kvass Class and Kraut Update

Posted April 19th, 2013 by Angelica and filed in Uncategorized

Just a quick couple things…. Tomorrow I’ll be at Riverbend Market in Red Wing Minnesota giving a class on how to make my delicious, nutritious Beet Kvass. The class starts at 10:30 a.m. and there’s a $10 suggested donation for the class per person. So get your snowboots on and come down to Red Wing!

Also, I’ve had some requests from customers for young sauerkraut. That’s a ferment that doesn’t go the whole 6 weeks, which is the usual fermentation period  for my Sauerkraut and Red Cabbage/Ginger. So I’ll be sending some batches of these younger krauts out onto the market in the next few weeks. They are a great source of probiotics, however, they are not as sour as my standard krauts.

I’ll be back soon with at least 1 more blog about GMOs before the month of April is up. Think spring!


2 Responses to “Kvass Class and Kraut Update”

  1. Janet Kelson says:

    I can’t find the beet kvass . So do you have a store in Elsworth?

  2. Angelica says:

    Thanks Janet for your question. I only sell my beet kvass a few co-ops. They are the Wedge, Seward Co-op, Linden Hills Co-op, and a few in Southern Minnesota and Southern Wisconsin. Currently we do not have a store on our farm. It is something though I’m strongly considering. I’m planning on having at least 1 open house here on the farm this summer. Keep checking back for details on that. Thanks for your question.

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