Monthly Archives: October 2014

Water Kefir… even your pets will love it.

Another batch of delicious water kefir ready to ferment for 2 days before it us decantered and goes through second fermentation where I add dried or fresh fruit or spices to impart additional flavours. Kefir water is a lighter probiotic per volume of liquid compared to milk kefir which is why you can consume considerably more […]

Milk kefir and beetroot salad dressing

Milk kefir and beetroot dressing. Delicious over a freshly made salad. It’s super easy to make and the proportions can be varied to suit you personal taste. I generally use a ratio of 2/3 beetroot to 1/3 milk kefir. Blend your beetroot until it is liquefied You can add some fruit juice to add the required […]

Procrastination. The time to do it is now.

When there is a lack of ‘flow’ it indicates that the considered action or decision is not aligned with our core values. It is helpful for us to know fully and consciously what is important to us. It allows us to set clear goals and provides direction in our lives. When we are unclear about […]

Triple ‘brekkie’ fresh juice combo

Another super healthy and delicious triple combo ‘brekkie’ (Aussie slang for breakfast). Bottom layer of carrot, celery, apple, ginger, pineapple and coconut water. Middle layer is cabbage, apple, celery. Green layer consists of kale, sweet potato leaves, spirulina powder, cucumber, celery and coconut water topped with an organic vanilla yogurt & milk kefir blend and […]

Kefir cream cheese

Super easy to make. Just do a double fermentation then strain through a muslin cloth or coffee filter (stand in fridge while it stains the whey as it may take a day or so. You can stir it) Once you are happy with the consistency, add a little Himalayan or Celtic salt, you can also […]

How big is your water kefir??

Well, that depends. Cooler weather seems to encourage the culture to cling together and grow much larger grain structures. In warmer weather the grains like their personal space and grains will be much smaller and they will grow more slowly. Optimum fermenting temperature is between 18 – 26 degrees Celsius (water temperature)

Milk kefir gluten free pizza bread

It does not need to prove. Ingredients: Freshly ground buckwheat & ground linseed (1.5 cups each) 3 cups of glutenfree flour 1 heaped tablesp of molasses sugar 1/2 teasp of himalayan salt baking powder & baking soda ( 1/2 teasp each) 1.5 cups of milk kefir (preferably thick (double fermented) 1 egg. Full recipe coming […]

Make your tummy sing… First thing

Breakfast porridge recipe: Sprouted lentils Five grains cooked (wild rice, pearl barley, quinoa, buckwheat, brown rice,) 1 ripe banana 1 apple Vanilla (pod or extract) 5 spice (Cardamom, star anise, cinnamon, nutmeg, clove) Bullet blender Grater Honey (or sweetener of your choice) Blend 90% of the spouts and rice ( I keep some for texture) […]