@millarsgstore are back in stock - and look what they've got 👀..a batch of my new raw chocolate truffles! I'm so happy with these, they're rich, decadent and just happen to be #raw and refined sugar free. Super #delish and super good for you. There's only a few bags available at Millars so get them quick 😘
New stockist! A new batch of kimchi and krauts is winging it's way to @earthnaturalfoods in Kentish Town so happy to be stocked at this lovely independent wholefood shop. You can get all the varieties of my #handmade krauts there including my very newest - Sea Kimchi which is made with Atlantic #Dulse and #Coriander ❤️Happy Saturday guys 🤗
as recommended by @avivaromm – her book «adrenal thyroid revolution» is rocking my world at the moment – i’m going off dairy for a while. it won’t be easy as i’ve come to rely heavily on cheese and greek yogurt on #keto , but it’s worth a try. #adrenalfatigue
After a few years perfecting great homemade sauerkraut that the wife refuses to try, she wonders why I get offended when she comes home with this. Good job she kept her own surname I say. #homemade#sauerkraut#traitor#divorce
I'm dusting off my vege press and getting back into fermenting after a long hiatus. I was extremely sick during my pregnancy so my starter cultures were tossed, including all of my kombucha scobys. So it's time to start fresh. Fermented foods are rich in beneficial bacteria to help maintain healthy gut flora. This is sauerkraut made with red and green cabbage, sea salt and a little juice from a bought jar of 'kraut (optional) to get the party started. Those bubbles appearing at the edges mean it's working. 😊 I'll ferment it for a week before I bottle it and store it in the fridge.
I roughly follow Sandor Katz recipe from his book Wind Fermentation: http://www.wildfermentation.com/making-sauerkraut-2/#0#sauerkraut#fermentedfood#guthealth#probiotocs
What do I eat with my fermented foods?! Other fermented foods haha. Huge thanks to @happytummyco for my take home fermented #chiateffloaf - I had it lightly toasted and it was amazing with my eggs, halloumi, avo and sauerkraut this morning. I didn't know a lot about Teff, but Happy Tummy Co founder, Karen is very passionate about it, had an amazing personal story of using it to help cure her own IBS and is on a mission to bring it to the world, whilst simultaneously ridding the world of IBS, one loaf at a time, incredible stuff. I hope I can do it justice Karen. So Teff is an Ethiopian grass seed and was the first grain harvested for human consumption. It's other name is Love grass - pretty cool. Ethiopians eat it three times a day, every day, It makes up 2/3 of daily protein intake and is high in fibre, iron, magnesium and B vitamins just to name a few. It is also the most commonly farmed crop in Ethiopia and is a massive part of their economy. All I know is it is delicious, versatile, filling and a great addition to any meal. If you're not already, get over and give her a follow. She's on a mission.