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  • HOME MADE KEFIR! PS: Did u know, that serotonin, the happy hormone is created in your gut? We are all about Healthy gut = Healthy mind! What an  amazing alternative to milk over your cereal - it provides a source of calcium and is a fantastic digestive aid! If your gut is not happy, you are having digestive issues, and don’t have much fermented items in your diet - such as sour kraut or kambutcha, kefir is worth trying ! You can even flavour it! Cheers!  #kefir #healthy #healthymind #healthygut #gutflora #ferment #breakfast #lunch #dinner #healthyeverything #skin #guthealth
  • HOME MADE KEFIR! PS: Did u know, that serotonin, the happy hormone is created in your gut? We are all about Healthy gut = Healthy mind! What an amazing alternative to milk over your cereal - it provides a source of calcium and is a fantastic digestive aid! If your gut is not happy, you are having digestive issues, and don’t have much fermented items in your diet - such as sour kraut or kambutcha, kefir is worth trying ! You can even flavour it! Cheers! #kefir #healthy #healthymind #healthygut #gutflora #ferment #breakfast #lunch #dinner #healthyeverything #skin #guthealth
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  • Georgia Peaches meeting Mills River Blackberries!
  • Georgia Peaches meeting Mills River Blackberries!
  •  17  1  1 hour ago
  • The Tepache was a great success. I like to mix 1/4 of Tepache with 3/4 of beer.  For extra fun, also add a little dark rum. Perfect drink for Father's Day BBQ #ferment #tepache #pineapple #mixdrinks
  • The Tepache was a great success. I like to mix 1/4 of Tepache with 3/4 of beer. For extra fun, also add a little dark rum. Perfect drink for Father's Day BBQ #ferment #tepache #pineapple #mixdrinks
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  • Though studies link fermentation to positive health benefits, little is known about the underlying biology behind why consuming the live bacteria in fermented food and drink is good for your gut. Scientists from Germany have uncovered that link. They found a cell receptor unique to humans (and apes) that binds to the lactic acid bacteria in fermented foods, triggering positive effects in the immune system. The study says the bacteria or microbes are part of a large group of "functional microorganisms" that are present in food like yogurt and sauerkraut. (Medical News Today)  http://bit.ly/2KT9Mmy
  • Though studies link fermentation to positive health benefits, little is known about the underlying biology behind why consuming the live bacteria in fermented food and drink is good for your gut. Scientists from Germany have uncovered that link. They found a cell receptor unique to humans (and apes) that binds to the lactic acid bacteria in fermented foods, triggering positive effects in the immune system. The study says the bacteria or microbes are part of a large group of "functional microorganisms" that are present in food like yogurt and sauerkraut. (Medical News Today) http://bit.ly/2KT9Mmy
  •  20  1  3 hours ago
  • In the process of reactivating my water kefir grains. Hoping I can bring them back to life after a dormant winter.

Water kefir grains are used to create a probiotic rich beverage known as water kefir. Completely dairy-free and gluten-free, this is a refreshing and tasty beverage for the hot summer months (especially if you do a second ferment with fresh fruit) .

Of all of the fermented beverages I do find water kefir to be the most high-maintenance. It only takes 24 hours to make, which means that you're making a new batch every 24 hours. In the warmer months I can easily keep up with production, because I use water kefir as a base in smoothies and homemade popsicles.

Fermented foods and beverages are fantastic for your gut health. They are naturally rich in probiotics which helps to support your gut flora. Plus these foods are typically easy to make and will save you tons of money as they are a much more cost-effective option when compared to buying probiotics.

What are you fermenting today?
  • In the process of reactivating my water kefir grains. Hoping I can bring them back to life after a dormant winter.

    Water kefir grains are used to create a probiotic rich beverage known as water kefir. Completely dairy-free and gluten-free, this is a refreshing and tasty beverage for the hot summer months (especially if you do a second ferment with fresh fruit) .

    Of all of the fermented beverages I do find water kefir to be the most high-maintenance. It only takes 24 hours to make, which means that you're making a new batch every 24 hours. In the warmer months I can easily keep up with production, because I use water kefir as a base in smoothies and homemade popsicles.

    Fermented foods and beverages are fantastic for your gut health. They are naturally rich in probiotics which helps to support your gut flora. Plus these foods are typically easy to make and will save you tons of money as they are a much more cost-effective option when compared to buying probiotics.

    What are you fermenting today?
  •  24  7  3 hours ago
  • My fermentation workshop was super fun! We used what we had in bounty from the garden so we could have the freshest ingredients possible, avoid waste and take advantage of the wild flora living on our fauna to inoculate the ferments. 
Featured here are: •dill snap peas
•kimchi radishes with greens •traditional sour kraut because simplicity ❤️ I’ll be able to host plenty more workshops on this process in the future. Anyone have anything specific I can teach going forward? 
#wildferment #radish #kimchi #fermentation #kraut #yogafarm #ferment #fermentress #wild #handcrafted #nwaworkshop
  • My fermentation workshop was super fun! We used what we had in bounty from the garden so we could have the freshest ingredients possible, avoid waste and take advantage of the wild flora living on our fauna to inoculate the ferments.
    Featured here are: •dill snap peas
    •kimchi radishes with greens •traditional sour kraut because simplicity ❤️ I’ll be able to host plenty more workshops on this process in the future. Anyone have anything specific I can teach going forward?
    #wildferment #radish #kimchi #fermentation #kraut #yogafarm #ferment #fermentress #wild #handcrafted #nwaworkshop
  •  43  0  4 hours ago
  • If you are interested in fermentation, flavor, the science of foods, and you are interested in cooking...this is the book for you. The Noma Guide to Fermentation will transform the foods that you are serving, while inspiring you, and opening up an entire new world regarding taste, and possibilities. So much to learn from these folks. Cheers. 🍋🌶Be yourself, enjoy your loved ones, laugh, dance, and enjoy slow food with passion.
#cooklikewaterforchocolate
  • If you are interested in fermentation, flavor, the science of foods, and you are interested in cooking...this is the book for you. The Noma Guide to Fermentation will transform the foods that you are serving, while inspiring you, and opening up an entire new world regarding taste, and possibilities. So much to learn from these folks. Cheers. 🍋🌶Be yourself, enjoy your loved ones, laugh, dance, and enjoy slow food with passion.
    #cooklikewaterforchocolate
  •  37  6  4 hours ago
  • Say hello to my new kitchen 🏡
  • Say hello to my new kitchen 🏡
  •  27  6  5 hours ago
  • Garden root harvest! 💚🥕🥔💚 Garden cleanup resulted in some awesome kitchen activity. Potatoes roasted with some fresh rosemary - yum! Carrots, radishes and hot peppers turned into an escabeche ferment. It is the season for tacos and grilling - so, you need the perfect pickle - right? Check stories to see the ferment in process. Happy Monday all! 💚🌮🥕🌶💚 #carrots  #potatoes #radishes #ferment #gardenharvest #kitchentime #rootvegetables #rootveggies
  • Garden root harvest! 💚🥕🥔💚 Garden cleanup resulted in some awesome kitchen activity. Potatoes roasted with some fresh rosemary - yum! Carrots, radishes and hot peppers turned into an escabeche ferment. It is the season for tacos and grilling - so, you need the perfect pickle - right? Check stories to see the ferment in process. Happy Monday all! 💚🌮🥕🌶💚 #carrots #potatoes #radishes #ferment #gardenharvest #kitchentime #rootvegetables #rootveggies
  •  411  31  7 hours ago

Top #ferment Posts

  • Garden root harvest! 💚🥕🥔💚 Garden cleanup resulted in some awesome kitchen activity. Potatoes roasted with some fresh rosemary - yum! Carrots, radishes and hot peppers turned into an escabeche ferment. It is the season for tacos and grilling - so, you need the perfect pickle - right? Check stories to see the ferment in process. Happy Monday all! 💚🌮🥕🌶💚 #carrots  #potatoes #radishes #ferment #gardenharvest #kitchentime #rootvegetables #rootveggies
  • Garden root harvest! 💚🥕🥔💚 Garden cleanup resulted in some awesome kitchen activity. Potatoes roasted with some fresh rosemary - yum! Carrots, radishes and hot peppers turned into an escabeche ferment. It is the season for tacos and grilling - so, you need the perfect pickle - right? Check stories to see the ferment in process. Happy Monday all! 💚🌮🥕🌶💚 #carrots #potatoes #radishes #ferment #gardenharvest #kitchentime #rootvegetables #rootveggies
  •  411  31  7 hours ago
  • Poppin bottles out here. Just kidding, actually I’m doing the polar opposite of that. Freshly bottled and capped homemade french farm house style ale (saison). Can’t wait to taste them.
  • Poppin bottles out here. Just kidding, actually I’m doing the polar opposite of that. Freshly bottled and capped homemade french farm house style ale (saison). Can’t wait to taste them.
  •  1,670  19  19 hours ago
  • Некислый ржаной хлеб. Вы когда-нибудь такой ели?

Я вчера попробовала первый раз.
Для меня такой хлеб совершенно непривычный.  Более того даже и не угадаешь, что там ржаная мука!🙀 Слегка сладковатый. 
Я добавила туда 2 ложки оливкового масла и пах он умопомрачительно.

Конечно, я  ожидала ржаного вкуса, но он не случился, хлеб больше похож для меня на пшеничный! При том, что в составе 70% ржаной муки.

Секрет в том, что в этом хлебе совсем мало заквашенной муки -10%. И ее вполне хватает, чтобы хлеб был не липким и пропеченым. Более того, я взяла перезревшую, сильно кислую закваску, другой не было, и хотелось прямо сейчас. Ведь в рецепте есть дрожжи, а значит разрыхление будет происходить в основном за их счёт.

Вообщем, если вы искали некислый ржаной - этот хлеб тот самый!
Кому нужен рецепт?
#ржанойхлеб#некислыйржаной#быстрыйржаной
  • Некислый ржаной хлеб. Вы когда-нибудь такой ели?

    Я вчера попробовала первый раз.
    Для меня такой хлеб совершенно непривычный. Более того даже и не угадаешь, что там ржаная мука!🙀 Слегка сладковатый.
    Я добавила туда 2 ложки оливкового масла и пах он умопомрачительно.

    Конечно, я ожидала ржаного вкуса, но он не случился, хлеб больше похож для меня на пшеничный! При том, что в составе 70% ржаной муки.

    Секрет в том, что в этом хлебе совсем мало заквашенной муки -10%. И ее вполне хватает, чтобы хлеб был не липким и пропеченым. Более того, я взяла перезревшую, сильно кислую закваску, другой не было, и хотелось прямо сейчас. Ведь в рецепте есть дрожжи, а значит разрыхление будет происходить в основном за их счёт.

    Вообщем, если вы искали некислый ржаной - этот хлеб тот самый!
    Кому нужен рецепт?
    #ржанойхлеб #некислыйржаной #быстрыйржаной
  •  174  59  18 hours ago
  • If you’re buying preserved lemons or limes and paying $17 for a tiny jar like at my local supermarket, then I’m here to tell you to stop! They’re honestly so easy to make and if you have a tree, it will only cost you a couple of dollars for the salt. 
If you need to buy some then hit up your friends, neighbours and your local Facebook groups to see if anyone is giving away any.  You want them to be spray free  as the skin is what you’ll be eating, and most people with a causal tree won’t be spraying their trees.  Failing that, hit up your local farmers market for some.

I like to keep mine simple and just use salt and lemons/limes but you can also add peppercorns, bay leaves, chilli, cinnamon sticks or anything else that takes your fancy.

All you do is cut a small amount off the end of each lemon, you should see pith and not flesh.  Cut it into quarters but don’t cut all the way through, you want it to open like a star and still be held together.  Fill the inside with salt, my lemons were really big so I used about two teaspoons per lemon, then place it in the jar.  After every two or three lemons I add some extra salt to the jar and press the lemons down to compact them and help release their juice.  I do this until the jar is fill.  You want the fruit to be completely submerged so if you need too, add the juice from a few extra lemons at the end to top the jar up. 
Then put them away for a month to start fermenting.  The wait is the hardest bit 😊
  • If you’re buying preserved lemons or limes and paying $17 for a tiny jar like at my local supermarket, then I’m here to tell you to stop! They’re honestly so easy to make and if you have a tree, it will only cost you a couple of dollars for the salt.
    If you need to buy some then hit up your friends, neighbours and your local Facebook groups to see if anyone is giving away any. You want them to be spray free as the skin is what you’ll be eating, and most people with a causal tree won’t be spraying their trees. Failing that, hit up your local farmers market for some.

    I like to keep mine simple and just use salt and lemons/limes but you can also add peppercorns, bay leaves, chilli, cinnamon sticks or anything else that takes your fancy.

    All you do is cut a small amount off the end of each lemon, you should see pith and not flesh. Cut it into quarters but don’t cut all the way through, you want it to open like a star and still be held together. Fill the inside with salt, my lemons were really big so I used about two teaspoons per lemon, then place it in the jar. After every two or three lemons I add some extra salt to the jar and press the lemons down to compact them and help release their juice. I do this until the jar is fill. You want the fruit to be completely submerged so if you need too, add the juice from a few extra lemons at the end to top the jar up.
    Then put them away for a month to start fermenting. The wait is the hardest bit 😊
  •  1,470  148  14 June, 2019
  • Gotta love brew day. 💕
  • Gotta love brew day. 💕
  •  150  8  19 hours ago