Second Only To Mustard

There's a lot more to Sauerkraut than the fame of being second only to mustard as the most popular condiment for hot dogs. Cabbage growing and sauerkraut processing have come a long way since Chinese laborers fermented their cabbage in wine over 2000 years ago to supplement their diet of rice. Americans today annually consume 387 million pounds of sauerkraut, or roughly 1.5 pounds per person per year.

Packs A Punch

Did you know that Sauerkraut is fat free, cholesterol free, low in calories, an excellent source of Vitamin C, lactobacilli (even more than yogurt), and a good source of dietary fiber and contains other nutrients such as potassium, protein, calcium, iron, thiamin (BI), riboflavin (B2), and niacin (B3).

Like A Fine Wine

Eden Organic Sauerkraut is made from the finest cabbage, grown in nutrient rich organic soil, carefully tended, harvested, and fermented by the Hirzel family of northern Ohio. Our organic cabbage is hand harvested at the peak of its flavor, cored, washed and shredded. The cabbage is then placed in large cypress vats with Eden's finest sea salt and fermented for six weeks. During the fermentation process the Hirzel's tend the vats of cabbage in a manner similar to a fine winery. Over seventy years of experience, traditional methods, and one family processing from soil to jar gives Eden Sauerkraut its homemade, Old World character.

Tempeh Reuben

1 pound organic tempeh (any variety)
2 Tablespoons Eden Organic Safflower Oil
1 teaspoon Eden Shoyu Soy Sauce
1/4 cup Eden Organic Sauerkraut
4 teaspoons any Eden Organic Mustard
4 whole lettuce leaves
1/4 cup alfalfa sprouts, rinsed
1 medium organic tomato, sliced
8 slices whole grain bread
2 cups water (for cooking tempeh)

Heat oil in a skillet. Add tempeh (do not cut). Brown both sides for 3 to 4 minutes. Add water to cover tempeh. Add shoyu, cover the skillet. Simmer 15 minutes. Remove cover and cook, over a high flame, until all liquid is gone. Remove tempeh and slice into strips. Place several slices of tempeh on each sandwich. Spread equal amounts of mustard on the other bread slices. Place equal amounts of sauerkraut, lettuce, sprouts and tomato on each sandwich. Serves 4.

Nutritional Info (Per serving): 448 Calories, 15g Fat (31% calories from fat), 29g Protein, 48g Carbohydrate, 0mg Cholesterol, 379mg Sodium

This Month's Special

Because you're such a valued customer, if you order Eden Sauerkraut today you'll receive 25% OFF. Simply enter the coupon code "KRAUT" when prompted during checkout. Feel free to extend this offer to friends and family. Excludes cases. Offer expires February 28, 2006.

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