Meyers lemons are in season! The perfect way to preserve their flavour all year long is to ferment them with salt. Preserved lemons (and limes for that matter) are incredibly tasty and wonderful added to any recipe that could use a little zing!Read More
Using bath salts is beneficial for so many reasons. They can soothe sore muscles, reduce tension, clear the respiratory tract, promote better sleep, detoxify pollutants, cleanse the skin, and be a great tool in regular self-care. I’ve got one of my favourite herbal bath salts recipe for you that’s perfect for colds and cold weather!Read More
It doesn’t need to be green or black tea. It doesn’t need to be tea at all. Meet Cold Brew Coffee Kombucha.
I was skeptical about fermenting coffee because it’s already acidic and I wasn’t sure if creating more acids through fermentation would enhance the flavour. But curiosity won and I’m so glad it did because I LOVE how it turned out and if you like coffee, I think you’ll love it too.
Pretty lip balms make great holiday gifts and these are easy to make, completely natural (can you guess what herb is colouring them?) and give lips a subtle colour boost. Just in time for kissing Santa Claus!Read More
A natural alternative to conventional cleaning wipes you can make right at home. This recipe uses a combination of vinegar, alcohol and essential oils to clean, remove odours and add a shine to surfaces. Ideal for wiping up spills, dust, dirt and any other messes life throws your way!Read More
We often hear about the importance of taking a probiotic supplement to keep our immune system in good shape, but I prefer to make my probiotics through fermenting foods, like this delicious kimchi. But is this as good as taking a probiotic supplement? Can eating fermented foods replace supplements? Read on to find out and as soon as you can, Make. This. Kimchi.Read More