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Giveaway: Caldwells Fermented Veggie Variety Pack – $66 Value!!!

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If Your Dietary Restrictions . . .

Require you to pack almond butter, beef jerky and coconut milk in your weekend getaway bag instead of non-essentials like, um, pants – this giveaway is for you.

If your last batch of kraut grew legs and moved to Guam because you forgot about it for, oh, three months – this giveaway is for you.

If you’re curious about fermented foods but not quite ready to take the DIY plungethis giveaway is for you.

Actually, This Giveaway . . .

Is for everyone, because I don’t know of a person who wouldn’t benefit from organic raw cultured vegetables. Not only does the fermentation process increase the macro- and micronutrient profile of already nutritious foods, it boosts the bioavailability of amino acids (including the antiviral lysine), and increases the potency of vitamins C & A.¹

Wait, have I mentioned yet that fermented foods are delicious? Because they really are, especially this Caldwell’s Sampler Pack from Wise Choice Market. If you’ve never heard of them, Wise Choice is an amazing company that ships frozen fermented veggies, raw cultured juices and starter cultures direct to your door. Freezing these specially packed pouches does not have any effect on probiotic and enzyme levels, so you can pop them in your freezer until you need them. So convenient!

OR . . . and this is my favorite part . . . you can toss them into your suitcase for a that getaway you’ve been dreaming of! They can be stored at room temp (unopened) if needed until you get to your destination’s mini-fridge, and will stay there happily for up to 6 months should you decide to extend your stay. If you decide not to come home feel free to transfer them to your freezer for up to two years, and make sure to send me a postcard!

So, What Exactly Is A Veggie Variety Pack?

Good question! It’s got a little bit of everything – la de da fancy garlic flowers, crispy German kraut, the “great root” of Japan, and more! Here’s the full breakdown:

(Pssst! If  you’re struggling with low thyroid function check out the last one on the list!)

  • Organic Fermented Garlic Flowers – Perfect for seasoning meat, pasta, dips, and making garlic flower butter! YUM!
  • Sauerkraut– Which you absolutely. must. try. with this one pot Oktoberfeast recipe. (A few notes: Add the sauerkraut at the end rather than boiling it to preserve the active cultures, use whatever sausage you like, and go crazy with the salt if you want to. Bah on the low-sodium bandwagon! Other than that, though, this recipe is seriously stellar.)
  • Grated Beets – Perfect as an accompaniment to roast meats such as beef and lamb, or paired with apples and goat cheese/ feta in this refreshing salad. Beets are naturally rich in folate, which is vitally important to women during their reproductive years as a deficiency can cause neural tube birth defects. The folate contained in fermented beets is considered easier for the body to absorb, making it an ideal source of this important nutrient. (P.S. Don’t throw the brine away! Boil some eggs, peel off the shells, drop them in the brine and leave them in the fridge for a week. Voila! You’ve got pink pickled eggs!)
  • Grated Carrots – Use it to make our family’s favorite spicy carrot salad. You won’t regret it, promise! (Omit the lemon juice/ apple cider vinegar and salt in the original recipe. You won’t need them!)
  • Sliced Carrots – For topping salads with, or dipping in some homemade ranch!
  • Red Cabbage – As a side for roast meats, or a topping for salads. The leftover juice blends well with olive for a yummy vinaigrette, too!
  • Daikon Radish With Ginger – Daikon is Japanese for “great root,” and indeed it is! Bill Daly of The Chicago Tribune describes it as “refreshingly crisp with a slight peppery kick,” rich in enzymes, betacarotene and vitamins C and E.
  • Black Radish Not sure what to do with it? Omit the vinegar/lemon juice from the original recipe and make this black radish slaw!

Looking for more recipe ideas? Caldwell has put together a few that you can download here

Want To Win Some Yummy Fermented Veggies?

Great! It’s really easy. But first, I want to let you know that Wise Choice will be offering a special discount coupon when the winner is announced. Make sure you check back to find out who the winner is on July 16th — and get your coupon code! Now to enter, just . . .

    1.  Click the link below.
    2. Sign up for their newsletter on their site (Don’t worry, they’re not spammy :))
    3. Click to enter in the Rafflecopter widget below

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This giveaway is open to US residents only. The contest ends July 15 at midnight and the winner will be posted here on the 17th. No purchase necessary.

Good luck, ya’ll!!!




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35 Responses to Giveaway: Caldwells Fermented Veggie Variety Pack – $66 Value!!!

  1. Maria Bloomfield via FB says:

    Black radish, eh? Looks like I’ll ahve to keep my eye out for them!

  2. Jennifer Cirincione via FB says:

    Daikon!! just got some to ferment with some garlic…yum!!

  3. Tina Lov Ing via FB says:

    I can’t open the link. What is the vegetable? Daikon or black radish?

  4. Mommypotamus via FB says:

    Both, depending on which benefit your talking about Tina Lov Ing! Do you mean you can’t open the blog post or the link to sign up for the newsletter? The info about thyroid and detox benefits is in the blog post in the list of all the veggie ferments that are included in the giveaway.

  5. Jennifer Cirincione via FB says:

    Some great info on Daikon. -Raw daikon is abundant in digestive enzymes similar to the ones in the human digestive tract. These enzymes are diastase, amylase, and esterase, which are known to transform complex carbohydrates, fats and proteins into compounds that is easy to assimilate.

  6. Christy Shaffer-Belisle via FB says:

    I planted beets in my garden for this reason. I also have red radishes, but I think I need to go find some black radish seeds to plant as well!

  7. Jessica says:

    Thank you for linking to my black radish slaw recipe! :)

  8. Amy says:

    I repinned the lacto-fermented ketchup recipe. I’m excited to try it!

  9. Mommypotamus via FB says:

    Maria Bloomfield and Christy Shaffer-Belisle – I need to do more research on this, but I believe red radishes may have similar benefits

  10. Brianne says:

    I’ve pinned so many of your recipes on Pinterest, I just love them!

  11. Jana says:

    I can’t see any link to click for signing up for the Wise Choice newsletter, even though I disabled my adblocking software on this site! When I went to their site, I couldn’t find any place to sign up for their newsletter either :(

  12. Kim says:

    It all sounds wonderful. I really want to get started with this, but I am sort of lazy. This would really help.

  13. Diana Feldman Beilfuss via FB says:

    i can’t open the blog link either, can you please re-post? Thanks!

  14. Diana Feldman Beilfuss via FB says:

    i can’t open the blog link either, can you please re-post? Thanks!

  15. Diana Feldman Beilfuss via FB says:

    i can’t open the blog link either, can you please re-post? Thanks!

  16. Mommypotamus via FB says:

    Diana Feldman Beilfuss – Do you mean the link within the post? If so, it might be because you have ad blocking software enabled or javascript disabled.

  17. Bridgette says:

    Ooh . . . red cabbage kraut – Yum!! I finally got some Pickl-it jars to try making that myself since I can find the green so easily, but not red kraut and I much prefer the red!

  18. Jenni says:

    I pinned the key lime popsicles! Can’t wait to try them!

  19. Marcie says:

    I like Mommypotamus on facebook.

  20. Lena says:

    Anything fermented is so good for you. My friend just made me some cabbage, fermented with beets and hot spicy pepper. Really good. Are you following the Real Food Summit? It has so much info, so much about real food, and real choices.

  21. Kirsten says:

    I repin pretty much everything you pin! :)

  22. Leslie says:

    I do not see a Wise Choice Newsletter link. :(

  23. Deidre Mercer says:

    I am so miserable. No milk, wheat, no banana’s & more. I have had an upper or lower colon exam EVERY YEAR! doctors say nothing is wrong but I am in pain. Bloated. I am diabetic but I feel better when I don’t eat anything. I purchased some of the foods on the list & I am praying for relief.
    Hypo thyroid, arthritis, lupus, IBS & other medical labels are attached to me.

  24. Megan Loukota via FB says:

    thanks for the tip on black radish, now to order some seeds

  25. Megan Loukota via FB says:

    thanks for the tip on black radish, now to order some seeds

  26. Megan Loukota via FB says:

    thanks for the tip on black radish, now to order some seeds

  27. Carmen says:

    Unfortunately,Pinterest is not letting me repin at the moment. All I get is a message error.

  28. Carmen says:

    Finally I could do it! I repinned the Rasberries preserves cultured recipe; thank you.

  29. Carrie says:

    I repinned Vanilla Bean Coconut Macaroons (GAPS, Paleo & Primal) – yummy!!!

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