Midori Farm's delicious, handcrafted, live culture krauts and kimchis are healthful living foods that are naturally fermented in ceramic crocks. Our foods are unpasteurized, raw, full of beneficial living microorganisms and enzymes (probiotics) and always made with organically grown ingredients, most of which are grown on our small farm or by other family farms here on the pristine North Olympic Peninsula.
Traditionally fermented foods help you maintain healthy intestinal flora, increasing your digestive system's ability to efficiently eliminate toxins and assimilate nutrients while giving you greater vitality and strengthening your immune system. All this plus they taste terrific. Enjoy some with any and every meal!
Sold in16 oz glass jars. Bulk quantities are available by special order.
Keep refrigerated, 7 month shelf life.
Savorykraut, a traditional half-sour sauerkraut with savory herbs.
Made with green cabbage, dill, caraway and sea salt.
Beetkraut, a tangy favorite from the old world combining nourishing root
vegetables and cabbages.
Made with green cabbage, beets, carrots and sea salt.
Cortido, an inspired zesty sauerkraut condiment with a flavor not far from
your favorite salsa, has medium heat.
Made with green cabbage, carrots, onions, hot peppers and sea salt.
Kimchi, a traditional Asian condiment with real gusto and a pleasant lingering
Made with seasonal cabbages, onions, carrots, ginger, garlic, burdock root, hot peppers, sea salt.
Hot Root, is a delectable combination of cultured sweet carrots and jalapenos. Reminiscent of spicy stuffed olives.
Our only cabbage free ferment.
Made with carrots, jalapenos, dried hot peppers and sea salt.
Due to the perishable nature of live ferments we do not ship our products.
Please contact us for wholesale pricing and options. 360.385.5579 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Midori Farm’s Artisan Foods are delicious served as a condiment with any and every meal. While you can cook with them as called for in many traditional recipes, we suggest using them fresh or gently warmed as this retains the naturally occurring beneficial bacteria and digestive enzymes (aka probiotics). Try adding a dollop to your favorite meat, grain, bean or vegetable dish, add zing to salads, burritos, wraps, pizza, or egg dishes.
Super quick rainy day kimchi soup recipe