Our spiced carrots are a delicious, crunchy fermented vegetable option for those looking for something different or cabbage free. The carrots are spiced with turmeric and cumin seeds giving them a mild Indian flavour. Our carrots are dry salted and fully fermented before being jarred. The nutritional benefits are increased by our traditional fermentation process. A more mature kraut guarantees plentiful beneficial bacteria and a full bodied flavour. The kraut also becomes more acidic and acts as a digestive enzyme, allowing easier digestion and absorption of more nutrients.
- Serve as a condiment with meals or enjoy on its own.
- Add to any salad to give crunch and tang.
- Serve on toast, sushi, wraps and burgers with avocado, protein of choice
- Serve on a platter with veggie sticks, antipasto and dips
- Enjoy with cooked meats/meals to help with digestion
- Add to rainbow bowls
- Add to breakfast cook ups instead of ketchup for tang
Ingredients: Organic carrots, natural sea salt, organic currants, organic cumin & organic turmeric.
We use WILD Fermentation in all our vegetable ferments. We prefer to rely on Mother Nature’s selection criteria to produce this traditional nourishing probiotic food.
Please note OTHER brand shelf stable products have been pasteurised or heat treated when being packaged. This treatment kills ALL beneficial bacteria. Some retailers are placing these pasteurised products in the fridge alongside the raw brands. Check the label, if it says ‘refrigerate AFTER opening’ or it’s not labelled as Raw or Probiotic then it is most likely pasteurised and has zero beneficial bacteria.
Kehoe’s Kitchen is 100% Australian owned and operated. We use 100% Australian Grown Fresh Produce.
USE: Keep Refrigerated. Serve as a condiment with meals or on its own. Refer to our social media to see our fermented veggies featured in salads, antipasto plates, sushi, sandwiches, burgers, wraps, poke bowls, topping toast or with breakfast cook ups. Do not heat above 40 deg C if wanting probiotic benefit. Preservative free, but naturally acidic so will keep well for months once opened if not contaminated after opening. It’s best to use a clean fork, close lid immediately and refrigerate.