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Posts Tagged ‘kefir’

Water kefir with kick

Water kefir has to be one of the easiest ferments I make. That and beet kvass. I didn’t use to like water kefir and put it on the bottom of my list for ferments. Not now! Once I understood the importance of adding black strap molasses, bi-carb soda, crushed egg shell and lemon that is.  …

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Dragon fruit coconut milk kefir

This has to be one of the most lush coconut milk kefir combos  I’ve tasted yet! Pure and simple, it’s just straight up fermented coconut milk with chopped up blood red dragon fruit and nothing else! Yep that’s right, nothing else added! Can you believe that? The pot above has the exact same ingredients as the…

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Vegan coconut milk kefir

I’ve got lots of friends who are vegan and vegetarian and consider myself to be a flexitarian 🙂 and enjoy loads of yummy fermented food as medicine. However, I’ve been caught in the trap of many other dairy intolerant fellow fermenters and been conflicted at having to rest milk kefir grains in dairy without knowing what…

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4 Top tips for fermenting in the tropics

Fermenting in the tropics comes with stunning sunsets and swaying palm trees, together with a number or surprises and challenges! Because of our high heat and humidity our foods ferment faster. While there are bonuses to this, there are also a stack of tips and tricks worthy of noting. One of the greatest challenges to urban…

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5 Important tips for caring for kombucha in the tropics

Kombucha is a living organism made up essentially of bacteria and wild yeast. It’s widely used as a digestive tonic to support and strengthen the immune system and for overall good gut health. Because it’s a live organism, it grows according to the environment it’s in including what’s happening in the environment. Hard to believe?…

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5 top fermenting blogs to follow

I have been very blessed over the years to have developed a passion for online learning. Having been a nerd most of my life, it was a natural progression for me to take to the world wide web like a duck to water! Living in a remote region of Australia, I have had to find…

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My fermenting Journey

My own journey to fermenting food started way back in 1994 when I was first introduced to Kombucha through the complimentary healing fraternity I then belonged to. This was before the world wide web, and information was generally passed on by word of mouth. There was very little documented research about it other than Gunther…

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Smashed wild hibiscus with coconut milk kefir

I’m crazy about health and nutrition, sourcing local produce to create homemade probiotics and supporting good gut health. I have food allergies including dairy, barley, rye, oats and wheat. Due to painful joints and inflammation, I’m currently undergoing tests to identify what’s happening in my body and it’s likely the results will come back indicating…

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