Sauerruben is a traditional German fermented dish that is similar to sauerkraut. It is made of turnips instead of cabbage. Learn how to make this fermented vegetable.
Find out how to make kimchi in a mason jar using only a few ingredients. Make lacto-fermented kimchi at home.
Make fermented, probiotic rich coconut milk that is vegan and lactose-intolerant friendly. This coconut milk is 100% dairy free and delicious.
This winter, boost your immune system with antioxidant rich elderberries. A popular natural remedy, elderberries are a delicious addition to kombucha, water kefir and syrups.
Get answers to the most frequently asked questions about making water kefir. Learn how you can make this healthy and refreshing drink at home.
Second fermentation is the process where you add flavouring and carbonation to your kombucha drinks. Your guide to 2nd fermentation.
Learn how easy it is to use dried water kefir grains. Our step-by-step guide shows you how to rehydrate your grains and how to make water kefir using water, coconut water or juice.
Red cabbage sauerkraut is quick and easy to make. With two simple ingredients – salt and water – you can make a food that can be added to soups, stews, salads, or used as a side dish. Find out how to make this delicious dish.
Are your water kefir grains tired, sluggish and decreasing in size? It may be time to ‘reset and restore’ your grains. Find out how to turn your sad looking grains into healthy, thriving and plump kefir grains.
Learn how to second ferment your water kefir drinks. Add exciting flavours to your kefir including juices, fruit, herbs, spices and botanical extracts. Find out how to add extra fizz and carbonation to your drink with second fermentation.
White cabbage sauerkraut is one of the most well-known fermented vegetable dishes. This step-by-step guide shows you how to make homemade sauerkraut with two simple ingredients – salt and cabbage.
Discover the top health benefits of adding fermented foods to your diet. Find out how eating sauerkraut, kimchi, pickles and fermented vegetables can improve your wellbeing.
Water kefir is an effervescent, dairy-free drink that is easy to make and delicious. This probiotic, ‘gut friendly’ drink is a great alternative to sugary soft drinks, and you can make it with water, coconut water or juice. In this article, you’ll learn to make water kefir using water.
A simple bowl of broccoli sprouts, soba noodles, sunflower kernels and mushrooms is a healthy and hearty way to start your day. Find out how you can create this no-fuss dish in less than 20 minutes.
Find out the pros and cons of the most common methods of fermenting vegetables including fermentation crocks, glass jars with airlock devices and the Pickle Pipe system.