Duck choucroute 720g (25 oz)

Choucroute is the French word for sauerkraut cooked with meat, usually pork. In this exotic version, duck meat is used to produce a hybrid of North (Alsace, where French sauerkraut is usually produced) and South (Aveyron).

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Ingredients: sauerkraut 58% (including lard, white wine 2%), duck sausage 22% (pork meat, lean duck meat 40%, salt, sodium acetate (E262), herbs and spices, glucose syrup, antioxidants E316 and E300. Dextrose, natural flavoring, color E120, ferment, hog casing), lean duck meat 19%, duck fat, salt, pepper, juniper berries, onion, carrot, salted pork belly. No GMOs or allergenic substances.

Preparation: Heat the contents of the can in a saucepan over low heat.

720 g (25 oz)

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14 cm
1.2 kg
10.5 cm
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