Hard or alcohol-free, available in every flavor you can imagine, and all natural, kombucha slushies are making their way from trendy taprooms to your kitchen
Your health isn’t dictated only by what you eat, but also by the nutrients you digest. These five supplements can help keep your gut healthy and ensure your digestion is working optimally.
Add a lovely punch of heat to your favorite foods with this fermented chile paste. Using only three ingredients, this versatile condiment will keep for up to 2 years in the fridge. Add it to sauces, salsas or marinades, or use it to top burritos or burgers to give a little spice to your meal.
Shrubs are fermented drink concentrates traditionally made with berries, sugar and fruit vinegars. This version uses ginger and apple cider vinegar – two powerful digestive aids – along with fall flavors of pear, honey and vanilla. Serve it hot or cold, and it also makes an excellent cocktail.
Make your own fermented drinks with these recipes from the experts.
Make your own nutrient-rich kefir at home for an immune-boosting, anytime snack.
If you haven’t heard of the self-described “Fermentation Revivalist” Sandor Katz, it’s time you did. As a well-known author and expert on the subject, his books have been referred to as fermenting bibles. Clean Eating’s Kathrin Brunner chatted with him to get his advice on leaping into the world of fermentation.
A staple in Moroccan cuisine, preserved lemons are an easy way to add intense citrusy flavor to everything from tagines to pastas to hearty grain salads. If you find them salty, you can give them a rinse before chopping and adding to your recipes. Check the lemons every couple of days as they’re fermenting to ensure they’re submerged in the brine – this is key for softening the peel.