Has anybody tried the Firefly Kitchens sauerkraut (got it at PCC (Puget Consumer Co-op) or been to one of their sauerkraut workshops? They use all natural fermenting techniques. The 2 styles I've tried, Classic and Cortido, have been over-the-moon CRAZY good. Fridge space has constrained me to trying just 2 at a time.
Haven't been to their workshop yet. Now that I've found out about the brilliant Pickl-It jars (pickl-it.com ) I'm getting antsy to experiment, knowing that I can still buy the Firefly goodness to satisfy my craving.
Next goal: recreate Aunt Alice's sauerkraut soup.