Make your Probiotics with this INCREDIBLE Kimchi!

Make your Probiotics with this INCREDIBLE Kimchi!

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.

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Tiger Not Nut Nog

Tiger Not Nut Nog

One of my favourite things about being a nutritionist is experimenting with new foods and flavours. This year I made a tasty discovery that I'm so excited to see gaining in popularity - Tiger Nuts. Not only are they suitable for those with nut allergies, they contain a special starch that benefits digestive health, lowers inflammation and promotes weight loss. Find out more about this special veggie and try my favourite seasonal recipe - Tiger Nog.  

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New Season, New Ferments, New Friends!

New Season, New Ferments, New Friends!

With fermented pastes, foraged ferments and a recipe section that uses sauerkraut in chocolate cake (I kid you not!), 'Fermented Vegetables' by Kristen and Christopher Shockey is a new favourite. I was so excited by this book, I had to write to Kristen and Christopher to thank them and am thrilled that they've offered to share two of their recipes! One is a fermented Turmeric Paste which is incredible for reducing inflammation, supporting healthy digestion, boosting immune health and tastes incredible on roasted veggies. The second is fermented Rhubarb Relish - need I say more?

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Fizzy Fermented Drinks – Kombucha

Fizzy Fermented Drinks – Kombucha

This tasty brew is good source of digestive acids, enzymes and probiotic bacteria. One of the easiest ferments to learn – and doing so is significantly cheaper, healthier and more fun than buying store-bought!

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Real Dill Pickles — Crunchtastic!

Real Dill Pickles — Crunchtastic!

There is nothing quite like biting into a perfectly crunchy and sour dill pickle. The rush of saliva, the puckering of lips, the satisfying crunch and the inevitable smile. And, if you're making REAL dill pickles, the gut-healing, immune-boosting and mental balancing probiotics.

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