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Coconut Kefir- The Easiest Fermented Food You’ll Ever Make

Coconut kefir is probably the most simple fermented food to make. My body just can't digest dairy milk kefir, so I opted for the coconut milk version instead. I have previously tried to make coconut kefir with kefir grains, and failed both times. Miserably. I don't feel too bad because while looking on Meghan Telpner's health … Continue reading

Blog, Fermentation Station, Gut Health, Health & Wellness, Recipes, Smoothies/Drinks

How To Make Kefir

Hey Folks! Fermented foods are my jam. I love them more than most anything, as I know how healthy and vibrant they make my body. The key to good health is maintaining healthy bacteria in our gut- it's pretty much crucial to our physical wellbeing, and as we have learned, our mental wellbeing as well. It's important to get … Continue reading

Fermentation Station, Gut Health, Health & Wellness, Uncategorized

Your Guide to Probiotic Rich Foods for Healthier Digestion

Originally published on April 11, 2016 by the Institute of Integrative Nutrition.  Image via Shutterstock The human microbiome and gut health have been all the rage this year – and for good reason! Did you know that in the human body microorganisms outnumber human cells by 10 to 1? While these bacteria only make up about … Continue reading

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Miso Tahini Soup

  We all know that fermented foods are our best friends, and that we should eat at least two servings of them everyday. Fermented foods provide our gut with beneficial bacteria that help us stay healthy, vibrant, and happy, as good gut health is the key to our overall mental and physical wellness. Check out this fun miso … Continue reading

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How To Make Your Own Kombucha

If you are like me and drink kombucha every day for its amazing health benefits, then you might have figured out already that buying the stuff can get VERY expensive. This is why I brew my own at home! It's much more cost efficient and I can play around with different flavors. Making kombucha takes … Continue reading