Pickled BeetrootEasy Spicy Ginger and Chilli SauerkrautThis Spicy Ginger and Chilli Sauerkraut packs a wonderful punch! It will liven up your meals and is so, so good for your gut!Russian TonicIt's recommended to have 1 Tbsp of this tonic every day throughout the winter months to boost the immune system and reduce inflammation.Cheesy Sourdough with Rosemary & OlivesWe experimented with the Changing Habits Emmer Wheat flour and a coconut water kefir starter to ferment the wheat and create a sourdough. e added rosemary, cheese and olives for little flavour bombs and the result was amazing! Of course it was more dense and ‘doughy’ than modern wheat as there is less gluten. Probiotic SalsaProbiotic Chocolate YoghurtWant an easy and yummy way to sneak more of our Changing Habits Probiotics into you and your kids diet, then this recipe is a must to try. You can serve this Probiotic Chocolate Yoghurt with our muesli, fresh seasonal fruits, on top of pancakes, within chia puddings, panna cottas or smoothies. So many options. Probiotic Coconut YoghurtProbiotic CucumbersAs a nutritionist I know the importance of gut health, so I’m on a bit of a mission to get you making even just ONE probiotic rich fermented food, and in my opinion this recipe is one of the easiest of them all! Implementing homemade fermented foods into your diet will aid with your digestion, boost your beneficial probiotic, enzyme and vitamin intake. You can easily change up the flavour profile of your probiotic pickles depending on your personal preferences by adding in mustard seed, chili, dill and/ or ginger for something a little different. Berry Banana Probiotic YoghurtMaking your own real food probiotic yoghurt couldn't get any easier than this recipe. Purple Cultured VeggiesOur nutritionist Jordan creates a big batch of these cultured veggies every week because they are incredibly important to begin nourishing and healing the gut. Cultured veggies are rich in beneficial bacteria to help re-balance the gut flora, they will help to boost your immune system, fight inflammation, make the nutrients and minerals more bio-available to the body and also aid with digestion. These cultured veggies are great to mix through salads, have with poached eggs, spinach and avocado for breaky or simply eaten as is. Cultured Coriander & Garlic DipThis recipe is a great way to add more nutritious and detoxifying herbs into your diet. Pour into a bowl and enjoy with seedy crackers, carrot or cucumber sticks, drizzle over salad for a punchy dressing, drizzle over pizza or on top of poached eggs. Fermented CucumbersFermented cucumbers make an excellent snack or addition to fresh salalds. By using the Kultured Wellness Starter Culture this encourages lots of beneficial bacteria to thrive and grow, you can not only eat the cucumbers, but you can also use the liquid in dips, salad dressings and for other fermented veggies too.Strawberry Coconut YoghurtSuch a simple and quick recipe to whip up, and not to mention tasty. This is a really easy way to begin introducing more probiotics into your diet, and if you have kids, their diet too. If you don't have strawberries available to you, try using any seasonal fruit you have access too, whether its mango, kiwi-fruit or delicious ripe bananas or stone fruit, they will all taste delicious. Lime & Dill Cultured Cashew DipThis is such a versatile recipe to create, you can drizzle it over salads for a dressing, serve with veggie fritters, serve with veggie sticks or crackers or even on top of poached eggs. The benefit of this dip is that it's incredibly rich in probiotics. Simple SauerkrautSauerkraut is often one of the first fermented food that is recommended to curious DIY-ers that are interested in improving their own gut health. There is good reason for this, It's beyond easy to make, it requires very little special equipment, and the results are delicious and come with many nutritional and health benefits. Cultured Berry & Beet JuiceWhen you culture juices that are naturally high in sugar (think carrots, pineapple, apple, beetroot etc), the added culture eats the sugar contained and after time it cultures, or ferments the juice into a beautiful, refreshing drink that is teaming with beneficial bacteria. This drink will boost your immune system and begin to feed the good bacteria in the gut. Cultured Golden Beetroots*Did You Know* Golden beets are heart healthy, excellent kidney and body cleansers, right in antioxidants, helps to lower blood pressure, helps with anaemia and fatigue, great for eye and skin health and also packed with potassium, lycopene, fibre, flavonoids and much more.Coconut Water KefirWater kefir is a non-dairy kefir that is gaining in popularity. Many people start with this method of making kefir because it’s so easy and fun and they want a non-dairy option.The culture added contains good bacteria which eat the sugars out of the juice or coconut juice and create probiotics, plus they unlock additional vitamins and minerals. Water Kefir is a great replacement for store-bought soft drinks. In addition to the probiotics, the culture in the kefir eats away the sugar, so you don’t have to deal with the adverse effects of sugar that processed soft drinks often promotes, such as fluctuations in blood sugar and cravings for sugary sweet foods. And as a bonus to those of us who crave bubbly beverages, the kefir creates naturally occurring carbonation.