By Lynnie Stein / September 29, 2021

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Grown-up dessert – kefir cream cheese dumplings with rumtopf. In Germany, the idea of the rumtopf is after three seasons of adding seasonal fruit, by Christmas you have created a sweet, fruity, boozy concoction

In 3500 BC, the people of Sumer shook cream in a vertical churn. And butter was important enough to write about — records have been carved in stone. Butter was used not only in cooking, but in medicine, cosmetics, and even sacrificial worship rituals.

The aroma of Smen is considered especially magnificent: a particularly aged pot of the family smen may be brought out of the cellars for honoured guests to sniff. The smen represents the riches of the house. The older “vintage” (six years or more) is much smoother, with less of an edge in the nose.

Of course, butter that has not fermented at all is smooth, but aged smen has a sophisticated, stinky smoothness.

The recipes for making smen vary from family to family, location to location and kitchen to kitchen.

Here we have a modern, water bath version.


Rice is fermented into wine – Sake, brewed into beer – Budweiser or without quiet the punch – Amazake, a low-alcohol Japanese rice drink. The Romans used rice for medicine. The Japanese recognize rice vinegar for its nutritious magic and believed to have medicinal properties.

Toast to our Health

It is so easy to enhance any beverage with a blast of bacterial goodness. 

Beverages are some of the earliest types of fermentation produced by humans. Wine, beer, and mead are all fermented drinks. Beverages that have become such a detriment to modern health started out as health tonics. That is why you would see soda fountains in pharmacies. The sodas were a way of harnessing the vitamins and minerals stored in the roots or other plant matter and putting them into a tasty drink. 

Root beer (United States), ginger ale (Caribbean), kvass (Russia and Eastern Europe), kombucha (throughout north eastern hemisphere), Sima (Finland),  Tepae (South American rain forest), shamita (Ethiopia), Gamju (Korea), sweet potato fly (Guyana), munkoyo (Zambia), birch beer (United States and Russia), UbuSulu  and sorghum beer (Southern Africa), palm wine (West Africa), Tepache, Tesguino, Colonche and Pulque (Mexico), Posol (Maya) and Idli (India).

 


Whether it is okra, beans, cucumber, zucchini, radishes, daikon, turnips, beetroot, parsnip, horseradish, or chilies from the garden, grab a Fido jar, some quality salt and we are off.
Gosh what cannot be made sour and satisfying with a little time under the brine??
Okra, garlic, horseradish leaf, chili, and mustard seeds, choko pear, carrot, daikon, and ginger, but whatever you try they are sure to become oh so snack-able and delicious.
And gut-loving good for you too!
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Kimchi a day, keeps the doctor away
Eco Enzyme / Garbage Enzyme / Re-purposed Scrap Enzyme / Wonder Juice is produced by fermentation of fresh kitchen waste (fruit and vegetable scraps), unrefined sugar and water. 

No Moo Fermented Milk. Infuse it with probiotic goodness by making coconut milk kefir / yoghurt that boosts your immune system by filling your body with healthy bacteria.

Why does your stomach feels like it’s tingling when you’re nervous or anxious?

The enteric nervous system—a complex and sophisticated network containing over 100 million nerve endings—lines your gastrointestinal tract. It connects your gut and brain.

A healthy microbiome can help to regulate the bacteria in other parts of your body, like your skin.

Gut Feeling: A big portion of your immune system is based in your gut.

Foods to Eat for Better Gut Health
Prebiotics: apples, artichokes, asparagus, barley, beans, broccoli, cabbage, cacao, flaxseed, garlic, leeks, lentils, oats, onions, whole organic wheat, green banana flour.

Probiotics: kefir), kimchi, kombucha, kvass, (learn how to make all this goodness at home), miso, pickles, raw/unfiltered apple cider vinegar, sauerkraut, tempeh, and yogurt (dairy or non-dairy).

Probiotics versus Prebiotics: Probiotics are live, active cultures (the good bacteria itself) that are thought to have health benefits and can help improve your body’s good bacteria. Prebiotics are non-digestible substances (such as non-soluble fibre) that promote healthful bacteria growth. They also serve as food for probiotics, so consuming the two together can make them extra effective.

Gut Goddess ready for pampering with DIY bacterial beauty in our monthly book club (Bacterial beauty book)
Sometimes you have to kill the good beasties and make a sauerkraut chocolate cake!

Click to buy Gut Lovin’ Recipes — more than 1000 recipes for using sauerkraut, kimchi, kombucha, lemons, turmeric, ginger, radish and clementine’s and more at every meal.

Every purchase gives you access to the book club in our private Gut Academy Group – each month we explore a book and do a few projects together! See the pic of Gut Goddess above from The Bacterial Book – where we had a bacterial pampering day. Skinny Gut from the Gut Check is there too! How to reduce weight and keep it off. Talk soon! Xoxo Lynnie

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