We use pinenut kefir to make this dish, but you can substitute any kind of kefir. Research shows the fatty acids derived from pine nuts lead to the release of high amounts of cholecystokinin (cck), an appetite-suppressing hormone. They also have nutrients that boost energy and are a good source of magnesium.

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You will fool even yourself with this one! Use your extra SCOBYS and lots of ice and you have a cool summer treat. It’s a unique flavor and texture when mixed with fruit and herbs. You’ll want to use all your SCOBYs to make sorbets.

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This is a wonderful combination of prebiotics and probiotics. You can use tart dried cherries or dried blueberries- or both! It only takes a few minutes to mix them together for a fast treat! Don’t be afraid, scobys are good for you!

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Just another sneaky way to add extra probiotics into your life and use up that ever growing mound of Kombucha Scobys. Don’t be afraid of eating your scobys. They are made of cellulose, or long strands of linked glucose, which we know more commonly as fiber. They aids in waste removal, including metabolic waste normally…

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These are refined sugar free, blessed with probiotics from your SCOBY, and joined with the healing powers of coconut oil!

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This is a delightful drink and you can also make it with other types of kefir if you don’t have rice kefir. Horchata is a popular drink and is made many different ways, and in many different countries. Horchata can be made with ground almonds, sesame seeds, rice, barley, tiger nuts, or kefir. Boy is…

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When choosing a chocolate bar, a higher “percent cacao” means less added sugar. For example, a 77 percent cacao dark chocolate has roughly 10 percent less sugar than a 60 percent cacao dark chocolate. It will also have a richer chocolate taste which really gives a lot of flavor to this brownie recipe. You can…

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This is a yummy, thick, and creamy drink to serve around the holidays or any time. This smoothie has a special prebiotic in it — potato starch. It’s a resistant starch that has huge benefits. You can leave it out if you don’t have it, but buy some later when you can. It will help…

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This has only two ingredients and it can make kefir ice cream something really special! Kids love this. It takes only a few minutes to make and pour any extras into a glass container. The mixture does not need to be refrigerated for storage. It will be liquid at room temperature in the warm summer…

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Chocolate and figs are a really unique combination and work really well with kefir. The figs mixed with chocolate give this pudding a wonderful flavor. Figs are high in fiber, (which is a prebiotic) and magnesium and other minerals too. Figs make a wonderful holiday pudding. Where did I hear the lyrics “Oh bring us…

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This is a decant delicious eggnog that I absolutely love. One of my close friends said it was her favorite eggnog ever! This tastes best to drink right away as it will keep fermenting slowly in the fridge. It will last about a week before it gets really sour and starts to separate. Don’t miss…

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These are every bit as delicious as graham crackers you buy at the store. You can buy sprouted flour at your health food store or make your own. Sprouted flour will last longer stored on your shelf than regular flours and is loaded with extra vitamins and minerals due to the process of fermentation. Make…

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I like to use Tazo Chai tea bags. You can use whatever Chai tea bag you like or make your own blend. Layer with your choice of toppings: Granola, pecans, toasted coconut, fruit, etc… Whatever you can dream up.

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Mangoes and strawberries topped with Kefir Coconut Ice Cream. So, so good! Coconut milk makes wonderful ice cream and the fruity concoction in the bottom of the bowl makes for one of the best combos. I could eat this everyday and in the summertime I eat it often. Strawberries have more vitamin C than orange…

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I love, love chocolate. Sometimes I think it is the magnesium that chocolate contains that I crave and need. At least this is what I tell myself. This has just a little kefir mixed in the chocolate that makes the chocolate extra creamy. So I always say, if you’re gonna have sugar, have a cultured…

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Grapes are full of Vitamin C, potassium and even calcium. Grapes have compounds with antioxidant properties called flavonoids. Flavonoids are a diverse group of phytonutrients (plant chemicals) found in almost all fruits and vegetables. Like other phytonutrients, flavonoids are powerful antioxidants with anti-inflammatory and immune system benefits. Grapes are great for you!! You will love…

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This tastes every bit as good as a German chocolate cake from the store. I like to make this for birthdays and serve it when the topping is warm. It doesn’t last very long if I do, but it is a wonderful birthday cake served with Coconut Kefir Ice Cream.

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