What’s fermented salsa, you ask? It means it’s probiotic. Like yogurt or kefir. With all the assaults we have on our gut flora — from antibiotics to the birth control pill to chlorinated water — we need more probiotics.
Spiralized fermented beets are an amazingly versatile condiment that’s stupid easy to make and incredibly flavourful. All you need are beets, salt, dill and time to get these delicious sweet and sour beet noodles that you can use in salads, sandwiched, Buddha bowls, avocado toast and much more!
Wake up to a delicious, nourishing morning option, with just a few steps the night before. Enjoy fresh spoonfuls of coconut, mango and pineapple. More recipe details and tips at OvernightOats.ca
Kim Chi, a traditional fermented food from Korea made from cabbage, garlic, chilli and other vegetables is a nourishing food, full of probiotic goodness. It is rich in vitamins and as the vegetables are fermented and pre-digested by the lacto-bacilli natu
20 ways to naturally flavor Komubcha Ditch the soda and make yourself kombucha, a tasty probiotic-rich drink. Need flavor inspiration? Here are 20 of the best ways to flavor your kombucha.
This vegan and paleo Pistachio Ice Cream recipe is a date-sweetened take on a favorite green flavor made with avocado for an easy healthy no-churn base!
Chocolate Coconut Pecan Pie Recipe
Thai Red Curry Noodle Soup - Yes, you can have Thai takeout right at home! This soup is packed with so much flavor with bites of tender chicken, rice noodles, cilantro, basil and lime juice! So cozy, comforting and fragrant - plus, it's easy enough for any night of the week!
These DIY fruit and veggie gummies are so much healthier than what you’ll find in a store. Plus, you can make them in bulk for easy lunch or after-work snacks. Just mix 1 ½ cups of fruit or veggie jui(Homemade Mix Milk)
Lemon Blueberry Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting - This cake is perfect for spring/summer. Full of blueberries and a nice tang of lemon. I left out a cup of sugar in the frosting because I like cream cheese frosting to be more tangy and less sweet.