I've been on a fast food kick lately. No, I don't mean I've been driving through fast junk food places, eating terrible food with awful additives on a regular basis. I've been playing around in my own kitchen, trying to streamline the cooking process.
To be sure, there are times when a special meal requires thought, planning, foresight, and plenty of time in the kitchen: preparing, cooking and eating, then cleaning up. But most days I don't have that kind of time. So on the days when I do have a little extra time, I love to get ready for the hectic days, giving myself something to grab and go, or at least something that doesn't take too much time to heat up and throw together.
To that end, I like to have things like sausage, meatballs, slices of cheese and sourdough bread in the freezer, so I have options of things to eat when time is running tight. Or I can put together this satisfying and delicious “fast food” meal in no time in VitaClay. I always have some sauerkraut handy, and I like to make big batches of it and add it to all of my meals for the probiotic benefits. Sauerkraut is also great for dishes with sausage or pork, and makes a great side dish or “bed” for the meat, and helps with digestion as well.
This recipe is just enough for 2, but can easily be doubled for 4, or halved for 1 (though I'd usually rather make more than less and eat the leftovers over the following week).