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I Am Having Difficulty Straining My Kefir 📹 - Cultured Food Life
I love kefir that is thick like yogurt. However, it can sometimes be difficult to strain out the kefir grains. There is a super easy remedy for this. Enjoy the benefits of kefir and find an easy and quick way to strain it. Check out the video for tips. […]
Chocolate Kefir Fudge Pops and Pudding - Cultured Food Life
These fudgy pops are so so good!! Creamy and loaded with probiotics it's the perfect treat. You can also eat this without freezing it into popsicles and just enjoy it as a creamy decadent pudding. Did you know avocados have every vitamin and mineral you need? You could actually live on them and sometimes I almost do. I have an avocado tree and I wait patiently for them to appear and grow. They ripen off the tree so I only pick a few at a time. Avocados are one of my favorite ways to make a…
Kefir Kraut Dip - Cultured Food Life
We love, love this dip and so do the people who come to my classes. Without a doubt people always tell me how much they love it and how surprised they are it's so easy to make. This is probably one of the cultured food dishes I make the most. We love it with lots of fresh cracked pepper and a few toasted sesame seeds. You get both cultured veggies and kefir cheese in this dip and billion of probiotics. Trust me it will be your go to dish, just you wait and see!
Oat Milk Kefir - Cultured Food Life
When making non-dairy kefir, you just need to be sure the non-dairy milk has at least 8 grams of carbohydrates to give the bacteria something to eat. It uses the sugars and creates probiotics for you. You don’t get the sugar but instead you get lots of healthy bacteria. If it doesn’t have 8 grams of carbohydrates, then you can add 1 teaspoon of date paste or raw sugar per quart to give the bacteria food so it can make probiotics.
7 Reasons I Have Kefir Every Day - Cultured Food Life
Lots of articles are popping up about reasons you should have kefir, but few of the people writing the articles have actually drunk kefir every day for 14 years. This post is specifically talking about milk kefir and not water kefir. My reasons for drinking kefir are very personal and specific to me. […]
How to Make Kefir - Cultured Food Life
Kefir, how do you make it? It is quite simple and a lot of fun to make your own kefir. You can make kefir with a variety of milks – dairy and non-dairy milk. There are two ways to make kefir. One way is with kefir grains that will reproduce and last a lifetime (if you …
Lemon Curd Kefir - Cultured Food Life
I have always loved lemon curd, but I didn't like all the sugar. I found a way to make it sugar free and just as delicious. Monk fruit sweetener is made from a small round fruit grown in Southeast Asia. Monk fruit sweeteners are extracted by removing the seeds and skin, crushing the fruit, and collecting the juice. It's much sweeter than regular sugar and I love to use it in recipes so I don't get all the sugar. Lemon curd is the perfect way to sweeten your kefir or kefir cheese. It's my…
Ron's Kefir Onion Dip - Cultured Food Life
This is my family's, and especially my husband's favorite kefir cheese dip. We eat gallons of this dip and everybody cries for more. You can serve this dip with veggies or homemade potato chips. I thinly sliced potatoes and fry them in peanut oil till brown and crispy.
Peanut Butter Kefir Ice Cream - Cultured Food Life
You can substitute almond butter, cashew butter, or any nut butter for a great kefir ice cream. I use stevia in place of sugar in the recipe. Nuts and legumes are prebiotics, which is food for your bacteria to make it grow and multiply. These are considered some of the most satiating foods. Studies have found that people who eat nuts (tree nuts like cashews, almonds and pistachios, along with their legume pal, the peanut) live longer and healthier lives, with less risk of chronic ailments…