Learning to Like Sauerkraut is Easy and Fun
When i first tasted whiskey, it was terrible! It burned mouth and turned my face red. But after a few tries learned to like it. In fact I loved it: I had problems unlearning. Sauerkraut is delicious and has no after effects like hard liquor. The first food that touches the taste buds at mealtime is what you will learn to like. Taste this before a sweetened drink, coffee, or whatever else is tempting you.
Teach Your Taste Buds to Like the Sauerkraut
Place a small amount to sauerkraut into your mouth–sounds simple, and it is. This can be a few drops or a spoonful/forkful. If you find it repulsive–spit it out. This can be done discretely, so as not to offend anyone. Later, you can do it again. In a few days, or weeks, you may look forward to the taste. Soon it will be an enjoyable experience. This can be done before a meal, after a meal, between meals–chose your own time for this experience.
When to Eat Sauerkraut
This delicious food–medicine–can be eaten at almost any moment of the day. If you decide you ate the wrong food, of too much of a good food–that is a nice time to give yourself some extra help. A really good, and quick intestinal boost is to drink some of the juice–saves brushing your teeth an extra time. He, he, he.
When Do I Really Need to Eat Extra Sauerkraut?
If you have bloated midsection, diarrhea, vomiting, gasses, heartburn of you just want to do something nice for yourself, is a good time to enjoy some fermented food.
Are there other Fermented Foods Besides Sauerkraut?
Kimchi, live-culture Yogurt, Fermented Vegetables, and many ferment things are worldwide health aids.
Where Do I find These Foods?
Shop carefully and read the labels. Most of the stuff you buy has been killed to enhance the shelf life. Look to your local Health Food store, of make your own. You may be surprised to find how simple it is. You probably already have the necessities in your kitchen.