The 12 Days of Kombucha Recipe Cards
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Everybody needs a little help during the holidays. Why not have some cultured foods that support your body and overworked liver throughout the holidays? Kombucha will fit the bill! It will help you receive more nutrients from the foods you eat, assist your liver and gut in detoxing you if you overeat or overindulge, and brings balance to the body in a powerful way! We have 12 different kombucha recipes and they’re not just drinks! If you haven’t tried kombucha bread then you’re missing out! Check out these fun holiday recipes and stay healthy this holiday!
Here are the recipes that you will receive.
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This is a crazy good and easy kombucha to make for the holidays. Your friends and family will love this, so make extra. People will drink this like crazy, it’s so good. I can’t wait for the holidays just so I can have some Candy Cane Kombucha! Make sure you buy organic candy canes from your local health store. These won’t have the harmful red dyes in them.
This is a unique way to have wonderful-tasting probiotic bread. Kombucha has the powerful probiotic yeast Saccharomyces boulardii. This is not the yeast that causes infections or overgrowth. S. boulardii exerts the opposite effect, producing lactic and other acids known to inhibit potentially harmful candida yeast species. And since this probiotic yeast is resistant to heat, you will actually receive more probiotics than you can in any other bread. My family gobbles up this bread and it’s really easy to make. Only 5 ingredients and it ferments on the counter for 5 hours and then you pop it in the oven. I made my last batch with ginger kombucha and boy was it good. Kombucha is wonderful for colds and flus and this bread is a comfort to you when you need something warm and yummy and good for you. I wish everybody would try this bread and then they’d be hooked.
This bread is great with kefir cheese and your favorite cultured veggie or try my blueberry jam recipe, on the Kefir Chia Jam recipe.
The unique gingerbread taste in this kombucha comes from molasse. There are many types of molasses on the market, for this recipe, make sure to use organic blackstrap molasses. It has many health benefits that have been refined out of other types of molasses, including high amounts of copper, calcium, magnesium, and iron. Plus it’s loaded with B vitamins that make your hair beautiful and strong.
This ketchup is like no other. It has a sweeter taste than regular ketchup, and you can use it on chicken or hamburgers as a topping or just as a dipping sauce. Cranberries are one of my favorite foods. It can help keep away UTI’s and also protects the lining of your gut to keep pathogens from inhabiting you. It protects you in so many ways. Food is medicine and cranberries are super fruits!
This recipe is from my new book!
Raspberries are packed with antioxidants, and they’re at the highest level when the raspberries re fully ripe. So if I’m going to use fresh raspberries, I buy them the day I need them so I can get them at full ripeness without leaving them on my counter. However, I often use frozen raspberries for this recipe because most berries are frozen at their peak of freshness and it is just as delicious!
This is a quick and easy way to have some cultured apples. You receive more beneficial strains of bacteria if you use the previous Cultured Cinnamon recipe but this one has many benefits too. I just love how fast and easy it is to make and the taste is amazing. Try both recipes and let me know which one you like better. They sure are fun to make and oh so good for you!
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