If you love cooking with cauliflower because of its versatility, you'll certainly enjoy fermenting with it. Although fairly bland on its own, cauliflower easily absorbs other flavors so it's perfect to try out new seasonings with.
There are many ways to eat fermented cauliflower: on its own as a snack or side, in a salad (cold quinoa salads especially), or chopped up in a wrap or sandwich.View full article →
Salt is the key ingredient to a good ferment. New fermenters often get caught up in the different types, so to help clear the air we've made an overview of the most popular salts to help you choose which is right for you. You can use any iodine-free salt in your ferment, so don't bother buying new salt just to follow a recipe.
Moving into the New Year, many of us have our own personal objectives to become a better, healthier or happier person. For some, those goals include losing weight or eating better in general. Diet and exercise aside, there is one thing everyone should do to improve their health: drink more water.
These 3 detox waters will keep you hydrated, plus offer additional benefits when paired with a healthy diet and lifestyle.
By making your hummus, you control what goes in and can reduce your intake of preservatives. Making small, healthier substitutions like this will go a long way for your health when you consider how often meals are accompanied with condiments.
Last week we posted a delicious recipe for fermented ketchup and this week we're going to be sharing a recipe on Fermented Hummus.
We love making overnight oats because we get to use Mason jars and our Chalk Tops + Top Chalk. Easy, healthy, delicious and adorable (everything looks cuter in a Mason jar), overnight oats will revolutionize your morning.
Here is our favorite recipe for Dairy-Free Raspberry Banana Oats.
Back to school! For a lot of us that means back to the lunch-making grind.
It can be tough to find something kids like, let alone is good for them, so we scouted out kid-approved fermentation recipes to make life a little easier. The best part? Your kids can help make them!