By Lynnie Stein / March 14, 2021

Seaweed Sauerkraut

Peeps with hypothyroidism who avoid the cabbage family

🥬 can offset it’s effects by adding iodine-rich sea vegetables to crucifer-based Fermenting.

??? Does sauerkraut interfere with thyroid function?


There is so much that is still not totally understood with the fermentation process. However, peeps with hypothyroidism who ideally need to avoid the cabbage family can offset its effects by adding iodine-rich sea vegetables to crucifer-based fermentables.


Kelp powder mixed in with salt is an easy way.

Use it at the start of playing with your vegetables. You can even purchase a combined Tasmanian kelp and Himalayan fine pink salt to make the job easy-peasy!

Cabbage and kelp is a favorite for our 20 liter crock. Like a classic sauerkraut – replace caraway with dried kelp.

Seaweed added to cabbage and fermented is divine! The fermented seaweed is great for sushi or rollups and as a final addition to soup and salad.


The pics are seaweed kimchi + horseradish, carrot and Wakame Sauerkraut + Seaweed kimchi.

Love and bacteria, xo Lynnie

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