Kombucha is a traditional probiotic beverage made from fermenting black tea and sugar. Don’t worry, though, almost all the sugar and caffeine are used up by the bacteria 🙂 Drinking kombucha is a great way to get good probiotics into your diet. It’s a little bubbly too, so it can help when transitioning off soda.
Enjoy this how-to video that demonstrates making homemade mayo- a great spread and base for creamy salad dressings. The printed recipe for homemade mayonnaise can be found HERE
Absolutely fantastic barbeque sauce, fragrant with orange, bourbon and the smoky sweetness of molasses. With just a hint of heat and a nice vinegary tingle, this sauce pairs especially nicely with pork or chicken. We love it with slow cooked pastured pork shoulder. Enjoy! Homemade Orange-Bourbon-Molasses BBQ Sauce by Amy Love, Real Food Whole Health
Water kefir is a beneficial probiotic beverage that tastes delicious! It’s a fantastic intro to cultured beverages and a great way to get kids (and adults!) off soda. Making water kefir is simple. Check out our video to see a demonstration. Once you have water kefir grains, either from a friend or some you’ve purchased
A Guide to Choosing Healthy Fermented & Cultured Foods Cultured, or naturally fermented foods are very traditional foods, having been consumed by our ancestors throughout the ages Vegetables (sauerkraut, kimchi, etc), fruits (chutneys and preserved fruits), beverages (water kefir, kombucha, beet kvass, etc), grains (sourdough bread), dairy products (dairy kefir, yogurt, crème fraiche, sour cream,
When I first thought about making mayo from scratch, I was really intimidated. But I shouldn’t have been- it’s so ridiculously super easy and tastes amazing. The first few recipes I found either used vegetable oils (like soy, cottonseed, canola, etc and they are a big no-no) or all olive oil, which I find to be a