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Fermented Pickled Carrot Sticks

Fermented Pickled Carrot Sticks

Wild Fermented Pickled Carrot Sticks A foolproof recipe that will help you easily ferment your own crunchy, refreshing and probiotic fermented pickled carrot sticks. No Starter Cultures Needed Wild fermentation is a method of fermenting that does not use starter cultures. Instead, wild fermenting involves 

Choose Wild Fermentation – How to Ditch the Scoby

Choose Wild Fermentation – How to Ditch the Scoby

The what, how, and why of wild fermentation. Before you decide to choose wild fermentation, you should probably know what it is right?
Wild Fermentation is the type of fermentation that doesn’t require a starter culture.

Lingonberry Ginger Probiotic Tonic

Lingonberry Ginger Probiotic Tonic

Lingonberry Ginger Probiotic Tonic - Tayler Silfverduk - The perfect refreshing beverage to sip on a hot summer day. A fermented probiotic beverage that will help you feel better and heal you gut!


Lingonberry Ginger Probiotic Tonic

This Lingonberry Ginger Probiotic Tonic is the perfect refreshing beverage for warm weather. It’s perfect for warm weather due to its delicious taste, effervescent mouth-feel and energizing properties. Made using my famous wild fermented ginger “soda”, this drink features all of the health benefits that ginger has to offer!

Ginger is good for:

♦ Relieving gas and bloating
♦ Aiding in elimination
♦ Improving blood circulation
♦ Relaxing muscles
♦ Fresh strawberries for Garnish
(Hoffmann, 2003, p. 597)

It’s been used for years to treat many problems such as:

♦ Colds
♦ Nausea
♦ Arthritis
♦ Migraines
♦ Hypertension
(Bode and Dong)

With all of the benefits associated with ginger, it’s no wonder it’s considered to be a superfood. However, ginger has another important property, it is also prebiotic. Because it’s prebiotic, ginger is perfect for fermentation and culturing probiotics (good bacteria)! Therefore, this drink is beneficial because it packs the punch of probiotic cultures and ginger.


Works Cited:

Hoffmann, D. (2003). Medical Herbalism: The science and practice of herbal medicine. Rochester, Vt.: Healing Arts Press.

Bode, A., & Dong, Z. (2011, January 1). The Amazing and Mighty Ginger. Retrieved April 18, 2015, from the National Center for Biotechnology Information website (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK92775/)


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Lingonberry Ginger Probiotic Tonic

Course: Drinks, the Fourth of July
Cuisine: Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Vegan / Plantbased
Servings: 1 Glass

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup wild fermented ginger "soda"
  • 1/2 cup seltzer water
  • 1 tsp lingonberry concentrate
  • 1 handfull of ice
  • A few fresh strawberries for garnish
The What and Why of Fermented Foods

The What and Why of Fermented Foods

Fermented Foods What are they? Fermented foods have been a part of many cultures for centuries. The process of fermenting involves culturing good bacteria in food. This process acts a safer and more beneficial way of preserving foods as opposed to canning. Examples of commonly 

Wild Fermented Ginger “Soda” Recipe

Wild Fermented Ginger “Soda” Recipe

Ingredients:

1 fresh ginger root
Distilled Water
2tbsp white cane sugar