This dip is packed with kefir cheese, cultured veggies, and a wallop of vitamin C! We served this kefir dip at my Trilogy class. My husband went around with a bottle of Chipotle Hot Sauce asking everybody if they’d like a little in their dip. People went crazy for this and we’ve been making and…

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I could live on avocados. When I got an avocado tree at my new home, I thought I’d died and gone to heaven. It was loaded with avocados and my kids love guacamole. My husband would never eat avocados until he started harvesting the fruit off our trees. One day he looked at me while…

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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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I made this dip in California for a class and a local shoppe picked up the recipe and started serving it on their menu. People go crazy for this dip and it’s fun and easy to make. You can make it more spicy by adding a little juice from the fermented jalapeños. It’s creamy and…

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One of the biggest benefits of soaking beans and legumes is that it helps to decrease the enzyme inhibitors. Enzyme inhibitors are anti-nutrients that are naturally occurring compounds found in plant seeds. They interfere with our ability to digest vitamins and minerals within the plants. Soaking the beans for 8 hours and then cooking them…

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This is one of the best cheese balls you will ever have. We have this all the time for a quick snack or take to a party. I have even stuff this cheese inside dates, celery or mini red peppers. Serving it with spouted or sourdough crackers makes a yummy appetizer or a fun after…

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This probiotic goat cheese is digested differently from cow’s milk and is a hypoallergenic alternative for those allergic to cheese made from cow’s milk. Goat’s milk also contains capric acid, a medium-chain fatty acid that has been shown to possess antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, and that’s not all! It also has a prebiotic, oligosaccharides, that…

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The walnuts is this dip give it a unique flavor. I love to top my salads with a spoonful of this for extra flavor. Check out the Cultured Food Dinner video for details about how to make this dish!

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Throw these on a salad or in your soup. I absolutely love this cracker-like crisp made of cheese. Make a bunch they’ll go fast! I love that you get so many probiotics in the veggies and cheese. It's billions of probiotics in one small cracker. They're a great snack or make them a meal!

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I love to make this bread for bruschetta topped with cultured tomatoes, or for dipping hummus. Seeds are prebiotics so they feed the microbes in your gut and help them grow and multiply. Flax seeds are perhaps the most healthy seed out there. They’re the richest plant-based source of the omega-3 fatty acid called alpha-linolenic…

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Forget the siesta – have a cultured fiesta! This dip is full of fiber, nutrients, and probiotics that are so filling that you can make a meal of it. It’s also loaded with enzymes to help you digest and receive more nutrients from all the veggies and beans. It’s super easy to throw together and…

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You got to admit it sure is pretty and it will please the inner world of bacteria and yeast that abide within us all. I love this stuff it has made me well and it gives me great joy to share it with you.

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Hummus is a gateway to everything else in your refrigerator. Scoop out some hummus with cultured carrots or cucumbers are yummy too. Hummus is a good source of protein and fiber, chickpeas used in hummus are high in iron, folate, phosphorus and B vitamins. Hummus is something I always have in my fridge.

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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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Tomatoes tend to get soggy the longer they ferment. This is due to the acidity of tomatoes. Salt will help keep vegetables that are fermenting firmer and crunchy, so don’t skip the salt. This is one of my husband’s favorite cultured vegetables and one he will actually make himself. We love to serve this with…

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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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This is one of my favorite summer dishes. Super easy to throw together and a real crowd pleaser. Black beans contain quercetin and saponins which can protect the heart. Black beans also contain potassium, calcium, and magnesium, all of which have been found to decrease blood pressure naturally. You can let this ferment for an…

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