Fiesta Roja is inspired by the flavors Caitlin grew up eating in her Dominican father's cooking. Their riff on "curtido," which hails from from El Salvador, it's made with red cabbage, carrots, onions, garlic, jalapenos, lime juice, sea salt, cumin, oregano and chipotle. Your taco nights just got even better (believe it, it's possible). It's also perfect with eggs, avocados or beans.
Kimchi is an alive food, and this kimchi is made in small batches; therefore, you can expect it to have some texture and flavor variability throughout the seasons.
This live raw traditionally fermented food should be refrigerated after purchase where it will keep for months. It may bubble upon opening.
Sobremesa's raw fermented vegetables are naturally preserved and keep in the refrigerator for many months. They have fermented for many months and are perfectly sour with a high concentration of probiotics. They have not been pasteurized and thus are rich in the beneficial bacteria that lacto-fermented vegetables have become so recently famous for. They are extremely flavorful and ready to eat straight out of the jar. It's best to limit heating them to keep the bacteria alive and we usually put a few spoonfuls on every meal right before serving.
Great stuff...sadly, one of the few ways I eat cabbage. Use instead of sauerkraut with bratwurst and other sausages.
This stuff is crazy. Almost didn't make it to the fridge on first taste. Tangy, savory, smoky. Do tacos.