CocoBiotic by Body Ecology | A Refreshing, Fizzy, Probiotic Drink

CocoBiotic by Body Ecology | A Refreshing, Fizzy, Probiotic Drink

CocoBiotic by Body Ecology is a naturally fermented drink with a gut friendly mix of coconut water, grains, beneficial bacteria, and prebiotic fiber. CocBiotic is very popular and I now understand why—it’s a refreshing, mild, and fizzy drink that provides a daily dose of potent bacteria, enzymes, vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients to support a good…

How To Prepare Kefir at Home | Surprising Kefir Variations

How to prepare kefir at home. Very simple—in less than 24 hours the kefir is ready to be consumed. Yogurt and kefir are both fermented milk products with similar taste, though kefir often contains more microorganisms that yogurt.[ref]The Magic of Kefir[/ref] I love the feeling that you’ve actually prepared the kefir yourself. Check the FAQ…

How to Ferment Vegetables | What You Need to Know to Succeed

Learning how to ferment vegetables at home requires a little insight into the world of humble microorganisms. These creatures literary chew the food for you. During this process they turn nutrients more bioavailable and create new ones. Your job when fermenting is to keep these microorganisms happy and let them produce natto, kimchi, fermented garlic,…

Fermenting Vegetables at Home | Simple Guide in 7 Steps

Fermenting vegetables at home is simple and fun! And recipes are normally very flexible. This particular batch developed a tart, acidic, complex taste, with hot ginger notes, and medium crunchy veggies. Absolutely delicious! Ingredients This batch was about 10 lb. (5 kg.) For smaller batches, just follow the main idea and you should be fine….

Ginger Shot Recipes | 3 Small Shots, Great Tastes

Ginger shot recipes are hot and tasty. Fresh ginger is a favorite ingredient in many fermented food recipes. In fresh juice, it has a strong aromatic, spicy, tangy, and hot taste that can be combined many other vegetables and fruits. Ginger is an aromatic bitter herb and a cousin to turmeric and cardamom. Try adding fermented ginger…