If you haven't jumped on the fermented foods bandwagon yet, consider this your call to action. Foods like sauerkraut, kimchi, and kombucha have been in the limelight recently for their role in supporting healthy bacteria in your gut. We couldn't be happier about this fermented resurgence — especially since there's something for everyone. After all, sourdough, beer, and yogurt are all fermented foods as well. Start working your way through this list for a super-healthy microbiome.
Crispy-Outside Creamy-Inside Garlic Herb Potatoes. Quite possibly the BEST POTATOES / SIDE DISH EVER. (Note from @w_adogbymyside pinner: Make sure you use baby potatoes and nothing larger, as the recipe might not turn out. I tried this with larger potatoes than called for, and they fell apart. They were still really tasty, but they weren't something you could pick up with your hand.)
Krauts and Kimchee To find out how to turn culinary projects into homemade holiday gifts, we turned to Karen Solomon, author of Jam It, Pickle It, Cure It and Can It, Bottle It, Smoke It and most recently, Asian Pick...
How To Brew Your Own Kombucha (& Why You Should!)... http://www.herbsandoilsworld.com/how-to-brew-your-own-kombucha/ Kombucha is a delightful fermented beverage that is rich in probiotics and contains a huge number of health benefits. It has a unique flavor and is fizzy and tingly like no other beverage. Find out how to make your own and why you should at the link above.
Do you know what a kombucha is? It\'s a fermented tea typically consumed for medicinal purposes. One type of kombucha that\'s becoming quite popular among health buffs and naturalists is the watermelon kombucha. Watermelon is highly nutritious, offering num