Another year may have come to an end, but that does not mean your health and wellness wins should, too. Continue to reap the rewards in 2019 or, if you haven’t already, start incorporating good food choices into your diet starting with these healthy food trends.
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Dill pickles, sauerkraut, kimchi—we all love to eat them! But what makes pickled food different from fermented ones? It is quite interesting to learn how both processes are done and what sets them apart. In a nutshell, pickled foods get their sourness from the addition of an acidic liquid. Fermentation, on the other hand, makes food sour through bacterial reaction. Read this simple pickling vs fermenting guide and learn the key characteristics of these two preservation techniques.
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There’s a lot more to fermented foods than just their unique tang and signature zing. Fermented foods are packed with probiotics or good bacteria that help boost gut health, improve digestion, and support overall immunity. Continue reading “Top 5 Reasons to Eat Fermented Foods”
You only ever see bottles of kombucha on grocery shelves but did you know that you can easily make this delicious drink at home? Kombucha has, after all, been home-brewed for hundreds of years. Kilner provides this easy step-by-step guide to help you get started.
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When it comes to unusual smoothie combinations, wellness coach and foodie Shan Cooper of My Food Religion has had her fair share of experiments and successes. This gut-friendly smoothie is one such all-around hit—packed with loads of good stuff (Kombucha! Spinach! Zucchini!), is unbelievably tasty and a cinch to make. Use this bright green smoothie to start your morning right or drink it to cool down on a sizzling summer day.
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Kombucha = Probiotics = Great Taste and Great Health
Kombucha is tangy, effervescent and delicious – no wonder it is the current go-to drink. Fermented Kombucha is full of healthy probiotics to promote your overall health – starting with the digestive system. You can make your own Kombucha at home to enjoy and share with friends inexpensively. Get your Kombucha Brewing Jar at Kitchen Warehouse to provide a controlled, reusable brewing environment for this healthy and tasty drink. This recipe makes 1 litre of Kombucha.
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