At Wildbrine, they prepare food just the way you would at home: by hand. When fresh produce arrives, they inspect it manually. They chop the cabbage, peel the ginger, finely chop the beets and grate horseradish roots all by hand. It's this attention to detail that makes the flavours of their sauerkraut stand out.
If you're looking for delicious sauerkraut that's full of healthy probiotics, try Wildbrine's Dill & Garlic Sauerkaut. Aromatic dill and zesty garlic provide the flavour for this kraut that tastes great in potato salads, on Reuben sandwiches, and as a condiment for hot dogs, sausages and burgers.
If you're looking for delicious sauerkraut that's full of healthy probiotics, try Wildbrine's Red Beet & Cabbage Sauerkaut. Earthy beets and crunchy, mildly sweet cabbage marry with hints of pear, ginger and cilantro in this delicious kraut.
Give your gut some good karma with Wildbrine's Organic Smoky Kale Kraut. Hearty, savoury notes of cherrywood smoke combine with the deep, subtle heat of chipotle peppers to create a flavourful probiotic kraut that's completely organic.
Before creating Wildbrine Sriracha, Rick worked as “chief mentor” for teens at the Ceres Community Project, a nonprofit whose mission is to restore locally grown, organic whole food. During that time, Rick learned to develop large quantities of naturally fermented kraut. In 2011, the executive director asked Rick and his co-founder, Chris, if they wanted to take over the kraut business. They leaped at the opportunity, and the rest is history.
Looking for something that's delicious, spicy, fermented and good for you? Then check out Wildbrine's Smoky Jalapeño Sriracha. Jalapeños, cherrywood smoked salt, kale and vibrant green tomatillos provide the smoky flavour for this raw, vegan sriracha.
Looking for something that's delicious, spicy, fermented and good for you? Then check out Wildbrine's Spicy Kimchi Sriracha. Fresno pepper, garlic, green onion and Korean red pepper provide the spicy flavour for this sriracha that you'll want to squirt on everything.