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Fermented Food

We've compiled our favorite fermented food recipes shared on #feedfeed below.

A Note From Christine Wong

Since ancient times people have been preserving their own foods. Fermented foods are a natural probiotic which helps promote great gut health by improving digestion, removing toxins and harmful bacteria with a natural variety of microflora and enzymes. Having kimchi, sauerkraut, pickled vegetables, kefir, or kombucha daily will have lasting benefits to your good health. It's relatively easy and inexpensive to make these at home – here are some examples and inspiration.
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Christine Wong

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Proud Mom to 2 enthusiastic, healthy eaters and Heath Coach focusing on real food for kids.

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Off for a kid free month to Sydney and leaving my kiddos with 3 jars of their favorite Vietnamese…

Fermented Carrots With Apples

Off for a kid free month to Sydney and leaving my kiddos with 3 jars of their favorite Vietnamese pickled carrots (đồ chua), naturally fermented, probiotic rich. Crunchy, sour and delish!
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A Note From Christine Wong

With carrots and apples in addition to the cabbage, it's a naturally sweet and appealing first introduction to fermented foods for kids.
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What new beginnings are you embracing this spring? If you're looking to experiment in the kitchen…

Fermented Pear, Apricot And Cinnamon Kvass

What new beginnings are you embracing this spring? If you're looking to experiment in the kitchen, fermentation is where it's at. This Fermented Pear, Apricot and Cinnamon Kvass is an easy recipe to start with and who doesn't like to celebrate spring with a bubbly drink?
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A Note From Christine Wong

A refreshingly delicious and easy-to-make bubbly, probiotic drink!
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Cheers to things we should be eating MORE of...like this Beet and Turmeric Sauerkraut! Don't be…

Beet, Turmeric And Ginger Sauerkraut

Cheers to things we should be eating MORE of...like this Beet and Turmeric Sauerkraut! Don't be afraid of fermenting guys! It's super easy and way cheaper than bottled probiotic supplements!.. A few bites of fermented foods like this sunny sauerkraut every day will rev up your body's detox ability, boost your immune system, improve your digestion, and even regulate your mood and weight!
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A Note From Christine Wong

Love this added boost of color, flavor and health benefits to this fermented favorite
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Sunset sauerkraut... the colours of @back2earthaus
Happy New Year from all of us to all of you!!

Fermented Sunset Sauerkraut

Sunset sauerkraut... the colours of @back2earthaus Happy New Year from all of us to all of you!!
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A Note From Christine Wong

A colourful array of probiotic goodness
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You guys, can you even with these pretty pink pickled red onions?! Make them and take your tacos…

Pickled Red Onions

You guys, can you even with these pretty pink pickled red onions?! Make them and take your tacos, burgers, salads, eggs, and avo toast to the next level. These are my fav new condiment for literally everything lately!
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Wild hibiscus are in season over here and so incredibly cheap! Bottled some up in my kombucha can't…

Hibiscus Kombucha

Wild hibiscus are in season over here and so incredibly cheap! Bottled some up in my kombucha can't wait for the flavours and colors to infuse? do you have any favourite ways to use fresh hibiscus
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A Note From Christine Wong

A beautiful way to preserve nature's beauty
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Noodle mise for later this week.

Spicy Chinese Celery Som Pickled Lotus Root

Noodle mise for later this week.
Noodle mise for later this week.

A Note From Christine Wong

This adds an exotic-looking spicy kick and crunch to any dish.
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Open sandwich with avocado, pickled rhubarb, goat cheese, chives and cress for lunch. Very good!

Pickled Rhubarb

Open sandwich with avocado, pickled rhubarb, goat cheese, chives and cress for lunch. Very good!
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A Note From Christine Wong

Instead baking a pie, try pickling your rhubarb instead!
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When I was pregnant I ate so much pickles,  now I do it just to freak my husband out. •Dill, lemon &…

Pickled Vegetables

When I was pregnant I ate so much pickles, now I do it just to freak my husband out. •Dill, lemon & grape leaves cukes •garlic, spicy carrots •yellow beans •turmeric & coriander cauliflower pickles
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Cucumber, carrot, Jicama Kimchi, this is probably not as traditional as the original kimchi, but you…

Jicama Kimchi

Cucumber, carrot, Jicama Kimchi, this is probably not as traditional as the original kimchi, but you know what? I don’t make any traditional recipes anyway haha. This has been a staple at my house because of the amazing taste kimchi brings and how easy it is to make. I seriously add kimchi to everything savory like toast, salads, tacos (which was featured earlier in my tacos), and pretty much anything you can think of. I have some fellow friends that also love kimchi like Rita @ritaserano, Joanne @the.korean.vegan, Christine, @conscious_cooking, Sara @shisodelicious. Maria @foodbymaria, and niki @rebelrecipes. They probably love eating kimchi as much as I do! Have a blessed week everyone.
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A Note From Christine Wong

Like me, Edgar loves kimchi with everything! I can't wait to make his Kimchi Tahini Sauce! Mix or blend: 4 Tbsp of kimchi juice, 2 Tbsp of tahini, 1 Tbsp of lemon juice, 1 tsp of maple syrup.
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