Thai flavor meets fermented food goodness. Gingery, sour, a bit of lemongrass, and a bit sweet, these Pickled Thai Carrots are crunchy, healthy, and delicious! Get your probiotics!
Kombucha is a delicious probiotic drink, with all kinds of claimed health benefits. It’s pretty easy to make at home: but be very careful to sterilize all your equipment and to follow proper procedures! You’re dealing with bacteria, after all!
You can make kombucha with any tea you like, but this recipe was originally designed for use with Celestial Seasonings Sweet Harvest Pumpkin tea for an extra infusion of spices and flavors.
Mmm, spiced apples. Comforting and pleasant! Add a little bit of fermented probiotic magic, and you’re singing our tune. Ginger and apple are a match made in heaven. Cinnamon and cloves only add to the excitement! A super yummy way to get the benefits of probiotics!
Pickled green beans are a great alternative to classic pickles. Add a bit of spicy chili flakes, some garlic, and a healthy dose of dill, and you’ll have some fantastic fermented beans in about a week!
This delicious fermented beverage is a great, refreshing way to enjoy the benefits of probiotics! Improve your internal flora and fauna to maximize your health, and enjoy an invigorating, sweet pineapple drink!
This Pineapple Tepache is a take on a traditional Mexican beverage. Don’t forget that you can eat the pineapple chunks, too!
Why not add some Meditteranean flavor to your pickles? This delicious pickled cauliflower is full of all kinds of delicious vitamins and nutritious probiotics, and is a great light snack!
This truly simple recipe is a delicious way to add some healthful probiotics to your routine, and it barely takes 10 minutes! A shrub is a bit of an old-fashioned trick for creating flavorful and healthful beverages. The shrub itself is a vinegar syrup infused with fruits and herbs, which can be added to soda or other base drinks to make them so much better!
Raw unfiltered apple cider vinegar has all kinds of stimulating health benefits. It helps with digestion, keeps your skin beautiful, and is rich in nutrients and enzymes. And (used properly) it is quite delicious!
This delicious, probiotic kimchi has all the health benefits of fermented foods, plus the nutrients of kale! Eating fermented foods will help your digestive system, immune system, provide you with plenty of energy, and it’s a great tasting side-dish, to boot! Food and medicine aren’t two separate things, they are the same thing. So eat healthy, and enjoy some delicious kimchi!
This is maybe the closest thing to a seasonal sauerkraut I’ve come across. It’s also a great way to get the probiotic benefits with a bit of a spicy apple twist! If you’re looking for something a bit more exciting with which to invigorate your gut bacteria, or if you’re looking for a more flavorful kraut, then this spiced apple sauerkraut has your name on it!
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Pickles are great. Fermented pickles are even greater! Just like with other fermented products, all that microbial activity means all sorts of benefits for your gut and overall health.
Of course, pretty much anything can be pickled.. But typically we mostly pickle cucumbers. What’s up with that? Let’s expand our horizons! What could be a better candidate than the mighty pickled asparagus? Pickled asparagus is a great source of Vitamin B6, calcium, zinc and magnesium, which is a great compliment to all that probiotic goodness.
Oh, and they taste freaking amazing. Some pickled garlic and chilis add an extra yummy kick to the probiotic snack, too.
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Fermented foods and probiotics have long been a part of a healthy human diet. Pickles, sauerkraut, kombucha and kimchi are just a few of the ingenious methods human beings have developed to boost our immune systems and help sustain our precious gut microbes.
All of those fermented foods are great, but none of them qualify as dessert. And that’s where these probiotic raspberries come in! Combining the powerful nutritional advantages of probiotic cultures with the wholesome deliciousness of natural raspberries, this simple recipe is another fantastic way to add fermented foods to your diet.
Once you’ve made up a batch of these probiotic raspberries, there’s all sorts of things you can do with them. They are great just a snack by themselves, or you could add them to your favorite raw ice cream. You could use them to add a probiotic punch to a yummy smoothie, or mix them in with your breakfast porridge.
No matter what you do with them, you can’t go wrong. Sweet, simple, and probiotic. It’s a home run.