Frequently Asked Questions

Because it is a cross between SAUERkraut and cole SLAW. We call it SAUER SLAW and trademarked it.

Our Sauer Slaw is made with super food ingredients like organic red or purple cabbage, organic beets, organic ginger and only 0.5% Himalayan salt. It is designed to be enjoyed as a salad, salad helper or condiments for any dishes. It is raw, probiotic and high in antioxidants and bioavailable nutrients. It has long refrigerated shelf life so it is always good when you want it.

NO. Sauer Slaw is made using a proprietary process, patented tools and many trade secrets, so it is impossible for anyone to make it. Furthermore, Sauer Slaw is a our trademarked brand.

Mason jars are popular and versatile. They use readily available standard lids. The only down side is the cost – about $1/jar even for us. We use them because we love them and we know you will, too. So they will not be discarded like other cheap jars. In Sacramento area, we would redeem $0.50 for each jar so we can re-use them. We are working on a scheme where you can donate our jars to charitable organizations to sell back to us to raise fund for them.

Sauer Slaw comes in a quart size Mason jar and is good for at least one month after opening, as long as it is refrigerated.
To preserve texture and colors after opening, cover Sauer Slaw with a thin layer of your favorite vegetable oil to minimize air exposure.

Consume at least 1 serving (about 1 oz or 2 Tbs) daily with meals or as often as convenient.

Purple cabbage is low in calories yet a good source of insoluble and soluble fibers and vitamins A, C, K, and B6. It also contains small amounts of other vitamins and minerals.
Purple cabbage is a great source of beneficial plant compounds and offers one of the highest amounts of health-promoting antioxidants per unit cost.
Purple cabbage may help fight inflammation and reduce accompanying symptoms, such as pain, swelling, and discomfort.
Purple cabbage is a rich source of anthocyanins, which are beneficial plant compounds that may reduce your risk of heart disease.
Purple cabbage is rich in vitamins C and K1, and minerals calcium, manganese and zinc; all of them are essential for building and maintaining strong, healthy bones.
Purple cabbage contains beneficial compounds, such as sulforaphane and anthocyanins, which may help protect your body against certain types of cancers. However, more research is needed to investigate these effects.


We are working on that and will post them shortly. Please check back regularly for updates. We also love to see your cool ideas of how you creatively enjoy your Sauer Slaw. Please email to

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