Scotty’s Stout Sauerkraut, Kimchi, Fermented Vegetables, and Naturally Carbonated Tonics are living foods teeming with beneficial bacteria. I ferment in small batches using ceramic crocks specially glazed for fermentation. When jarring all care is given to preserve the living bacteria, I do not pasteurize or add preservatives. This ensures that my products arrive in your kitchen in the same condition as when they left their crocks. Crisp and delicious, my fermented foods are naturally sour without vinegar.
CARAWAY SEED SAUERKRAUT
My caraway seed sauerkraut is a traditional way of serving sauerkraut which is both delicious and good for you. Caraway seeds add just a touch of bitterness which complements the sour flavor of the sauerkraut. Caraway seeds have also been found to be beneficial as a digestive aid.
I add just the right amount of garlic to give a strong flavor without making it overpowering. Nothing artificial or unnatural, just garlic and cabbage with a little bit of salt. If you love the taste of garlic like I do, then this is the flavor for you.
Kimchi is the national food of Korea. Both spicy and sour, kimchi combines hot crushed pepper flake with fermented vegetables. My Traditional Kimchi contains fish sauce.
I make all of my sauerkraut by hand, and love meeting the people who enjoy it. That’s why I setup shop at farmer’s markets and other venues all the time! If you want to know where I’m handing out jars on any given day, follow me on any of my social media accounts to find out! Feel free to shoot me a message too. I always want to hear what people think about my stuff!
Where to buy
Tuesday 3:30pm – 6:30pm
Rice University Farmer’s Market
Rice University Stadium Parking Lot
5600 Greenbriar Dr, Houston, TX 77005
Saturday 8:00am – 12:00pm
Urban Harvest Farmer’s Market at Eastside
3000 Richmond Ave, Houston, TX 77098
My name is Scotty Sheridan and I make the most delicious and nutritious sauerkraut available on the planet. The only way to get sauerkraut as good as mine is to make it yourself.
A while back a friend suggested I make my own sauerkraut at home. I was having some problems with my gut and my friend said that homemade sauerkraut was the cure-all for gut issues. My friend was quick to point out that this is not the same stuff as the sauerkraut in the store, sauerkraut you make at home is fermented without vinegar and is filled with living bacteria. I decided to try it, mostly because I love sauerkraut. After a couple of attempts, I turned out a decent batch. I was blown away. It was more crisp and more flavorful than any sauerkraut I had ever had. Long story short, I started a business selling real fermented sauerkraut.
Scotty’s Stout Sauerkraut is filled with beneficial pro-biotic bacteria. It has never been pasteurized or had any preservatives added. I ferment locally sourced cabbage in specially designed Nik Schmitt ceramic crocks for a minimum of three weeks. I package my product exclusively in glass jars. Because I sell a living product I only distribute to the greater Houston area. Sorry, I do not ship at all.
I sell out of local markets and restaurants but I also sell out of the skateboard store I own, Carve Skate Shop. Feel free to swing by and pick up a jar, we’re open 7 days a week from 11am to 6pm.