The secret ingredient that gives Caesar dressing its wonderful flavor is anchovies. I say they’re a secret ingredient because you can’t really taste them in the salad. They are also super healthy because they’re high in Omega-3s. Combine this with kefir and you have a wonderful salad dressing with tons of nutrients and probiotics. Check…

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This one is loaded with fermented garlic and SCOBYs. This dressing is a powerful detoxifier and a delight to the tastebuds! This is a powerhouse dressing!

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This scoby puree is great to have on hand. Once a month blend all your scobys up this way and store them in an airtight container in the fridge. Then you always have them on hand to add to recipes, smoothies, and more! Check out all the things you can do with scobys on this…

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This is wonderful made with Sunflower Seed Kefir but you can also make it with other types of kefir as well. If you don’t have fermented garlic, then you can always substitute regular garlic cloves.

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This super yummy dressing is one I use on my kale salad, but it’s also good on any salad to add a probiotic dressing! It has kefir cheese and kombucha and makes a wonderful dressing that stays preserved in your fridge with billions of microbes.

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You can add small orange slices to this dish after it is already prepared for extra flavor. I love it this way, but I would put oranges in everything if I lived in a perfect world. Orange is one of the happiest colors and flavors. I used frozen cranberries to make this dish, but you…

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This is a great way to use your cream from raw milk. It has a great flavor and with the added honey it adds a prebiotic.

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I love this dressing on taco salad. This dressing uses your homemade cultured ketchup recipe. You can find the recipe here: Cultured Ketchup

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You can use any cultured vegetable, but Shelley’s Cultured Veggies is the best and has extra seaweed cultured into it. Research suggests that seaweed can also help regulate estrogen and reduce the risk of breast cancer. It is also know to reduce inflammation. Use seaweed when making cultured foods and it becomes a superfood!

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Super spicy, throw them in any Mexican dish for extra flavor and probiotics. I try to eat a lot of carrots. Vitamin A that is found in carrots (from beta-carotene), can make a big difference in the health of the body. Researchers at the Jules Stein Institute at the University of California at Los Angeles…

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These are super easy to make and a great way to serve your tomatoes. These are best to eat within a couple of weeks. The acidity of tomatoes tends to break them down and make them soft. Make sure you add the salt as this will help preserve them longer. Try using these in my…

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One jalapeño contains the following; Calories: 4; Fiber: 0.4 grams; Vitamin C: 10% of the RDI; Vitamin B6: 4% of the RDI; Vitamin A: 2% of the RDI; Vitamin K: 2% of the RDI; Folate: 2% of the RDI; Manganese: 2% of the RDI. Now ferment that same jalapeno and you’ll get probiotics too! These…

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Garlic contains anthocyanins, water-soluble pigments that turn blue, green, or purple in a fermenting solution. While this color transformation tends to occur more often with immature garlic, it can differ among cloves within the same head of garlic. The garlic flavor remains unchanged, and it is totally edible without being harmful in any way. Fermenting…

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Don’t forget to use this salsa in the Pico Bean Dip Recipe! This has a sweet and sour taste that gives flavor to many mexican dishes. Vitamin A is abundant in peaches, which is essential for sharp eyesight. It also protects against lung and mouth cancers, and helps maintain healthy mucus membranes and elasticity in…

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One of the secret ingredients in this recipe is the Nutritional Yeast. It has a cheesy flavor and is really tasty. A spoonful of nutritional yeast is like taking a high-potency B-vitamin complex. A serving will generally stock you up with a couple of days worth of thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, B6, and B12, and a…

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Use this salsa and Fermented Jalapenos to spice up your Mexican dishes. Cultured salsa is one of the easiest ways to get your family to try cultured foods. They are made in a blender so they’re super simple. I don’t know of a person who doesn’t like salsa. Salsa is chocked full of nutrients and…

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This yummy salsa is a snap to make. It’s super easy and it’s made in a blender. This is a great way to get people to eat cultured veggies. Everybody loves salsa, so just ferment it and they’ll never know they’re having billions of probiotics in every bite. Tomatoes are one of natures wonder foods…

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You can also make these into bread and butter chip pickles. Just leave the cucumbers and onions in thin slices instead of chopping and dicing them. These are really good on sandwiches.

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With only two ingredients and a little patience and you will have your own apple cider vinegar. It makes a wonderful holiday gift and the taste is quite addictive. I love making my own vinegar. It has a unique and wonderful flavor. My mother said she wanted to drink it straight from the bottle she…

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This ketchup is super easy, and it is also probiotic. Ketchup historically was a fermented food. This recipe captures the wonderful ingredients that were originally used to make ketchup. The taste is wonderful and most won’t be able to tell the difference between homemade and store-bought ketchup. Make your own, it’s fun and delicious.

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