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Do you ferment your own food or have been thinking of trying it? Discover the 3 powerful fermented foods that when consumed together create a powerhouse of goodness and will make you feel alive!
This fruit ferment comes from Sri Lanka, and it's sweet, spicy and salty. The pineapple, lime, coriander and ginger all retain their fresh flavor.
Beetroot is a titan of the health food world. It’s a crimson nugget packed with blood-cleansing antioxidants, minerals and vitamins. and cloves are a perfect match! Enjoy this delicious kvass recipe - it's not a highly effervescent ferment.
Fire cider provides very similar immune-boosting benefits to that of elderberry syrup. Fire cider can be diluted with water or tea and be taken when you are feeling under the weather.
Kimchi is a great digestive aid to get the juices flowing before dinner. If you have never ventured into the world of fermented foods, this is a great place to start.
No stabilizers, no gelatin, no agar, no starches or tapioca. Just pure coconut goodness!
This fizzy, tangy probiotic beverage is deliciously coconut-y - and packed with gut-healthy probiotics! Try this simple recipe to whip up a batch today.
Learn how to make this probiotic-rich drink with milk or coconut water!
Follow these same steps to ferment any sturdy vegetables you have on hand: try beetroot (beets), radishes, kohlrabi or cauliflower florets. These are great tossed through a salad. They’re also surprisingly sweet. If you’re ever going to get a kid to eat fermented vegetables, this would be the place to start.
Homemade, naturally fermented lemonade is so easy to make. It involves less than five minutes of time in your kitchen, mostly spent stirring before bottling and waiting for friendly bacteria to do the work for you. You are then left with a beautiful, lightly sweet, bursting with bubbles, naturally fermented soda full with probiotics.