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    Fermented and Cultered Goodies

    All about Kefir http://coproweb.free.fr/kefiranglais.htm "The product is a living food, full of enzymes and probiotics. 2.The process is much faster than waterbath or pressure canning. 3.The process (and storage) can be done with zero energy usage. The proliferation of lactobacilli in fermented vegetables enhances their digestibility and increases vitamin levels. These beneficial organisms produce numerous helpful enzymes as well as antibiotic and anti-carcinogenic substances. Their main by-product, lactic acid, not only keeps vegetables and fruits in a state of perfect preservation but also promotes the growth of healthy flora throughout the intestine." from http://www.simplebites.net/lacto-fermentation-an-easier-healthier-and-more-sustainable-way-to-preserve/

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    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A sour and pungent, milk kefir is a cultured dairy food originally from the Caucuses – the region where Europe meets Asia. I find it's texture to a drinkable plain yogurt Rich in beneficial bacteria, phosphorus, vitamin K, biotin and folic acid – nutrients that are essential to health and well-being. Good reading about kefir http://nourishedkitchen.com/milk-kefir/ Kefir Grains can be found http://www.culturesforhealth.com/ or http://www.kefirlady.com/orderkefirgrains.htm

    Recipe #464472

    Kefir kraut with a little salt. "Kefirkraut may be regarded as a vegetable pro-biotic source, low in carbohydrates, rich in Lactobacilli, Yeasts, Vitamin U [only found in cabbage] and Vitamin C including some of the B group vitamins bio-synthesised by the friendly organisms native to kefir grains, and to fresh cabbage or other fresh vegetables used in any given recipe." Thanks to http://users.sa.chariot.net.au/--dna/kefirkraut.html Dom, I came up with this healthy kraut.

    Recipe #464991

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I'm posted this sauce full of heat, good for you food enzymes, beneficial bacteria, vitamin C and carotene from http://nourishedkitchen.com/fermented-hot-chili-sauce-recipe/ I used kefir whey to inoculate the chilies with beneficial bacteria. You don't need a starter. But if you want these two sights are great. http://www.culturesforhealth.com/ or http://www.wildernessfamilynaturals.com/category/culturing-products.php. Just salt and chili's. The cooking time is fermentation time.

    Recipe #464448

    Don't drink soda! Try this! A fizzy drink that is rich in micro-nutrients, enzymes and beneficial bacteria, water kefir numbers among the top ten dairy-free probiotics. Kefir grains are small, translucent, gelatinous structures and are comprised of assorted bacteria including lactobacillus hilgardii which gives them their characteristic crystal-like appearance. When properly cared for and regularly cultured, they produce a wonderful delicious probiotic-rich beverage and will continue to grow and reproduce indefinitely. Water kefir can be found http://www.culturesforhealth.com/starter-cultures/kefir-cultures.html

    Recipe #464463

    Healthy Raw Cultured Veggies Fermented making this rich in probiotics, enzymes, vitamins and minerals. This is just too easy to prepare why not make them? This is a great side to any meal helping digestion.

    Recipe #466627

    Get hydrated with this earthy drink. Beet Kvass is a effervescent lactic acid fermented beverage the ginger making it even more effervescent. It can be consumed as a tonic drink, or used to make a vinaigrette dressing or use over cooked greens. Beet ginger kvass, like other lactic acid fermented drinks, is best consumed in relatively small amounts. It is considered a tonic drink, due to the many health benefits from nutrients, enzymes and beneficial organisms in it. Folk medicine values beets and beet kvass for their liver cleansing properties and beet kvass is widely used in cancer therapy in Europe. Anecdotal reports indicate that beet kvass is an excellent therapy for chronic fatigue, chemical sensitivities, allergies and digestive problems.

    Recipe #465590

    This Salsa is living food, full of enzymes and probiotics due to lacto-fermented vegetables. If you prefer peeled tomatoes: score the bottoms, drop into boiling water for about 15 seconds, remove and place in ice water. The peels should come off easily.

    Recipe #466626


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