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. Read More
Find out how to make kimchi in a mason jar using only a few ingredients. Make lacto-fermented kimchi at home. Read More
Make fermented, probiotic rich coconut milk that is vegan and lactose-intolerant friendly. This coconut milk is 100% dairy free and delicious. Read More
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. Read More
Cress is a nutritious microgreen that can be grown with soil or paper towels. This step-by-step guide shows you how you can grow it at home - easily, quickly and economically. Fight the winter blues with cress sprouts and microgreens. Read More
Get answers to the most frequently asked questions about making water kefir. Learn how you can make this healthy and refreshing drink at home. Read More
Red cabbage sprouts have been touted as the latest superfood. You can grow red cabbage as microgreens in soil, or grow them in a sprouting jar. In this article, you'll learn how to sprout these seeds with a sprouting jar.
Second fermentation is the process where you add flavouring and carbonation to your kombucha drinks. Your guide to 2nd fermentation. Read More
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. Read More
Find out how to grow broccoli sprouts at home. All you need is a glass sprouting jar and a few tablespoons of quality seeds. In 3-5 days, you'll have a harvest of nutritious sprouts. Read More
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. Read More