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Bubbly Probiotic Lemonade @learningandyearning My kids love lemonade and this is great way treat to replace soda!

Bubbly Probiotic Lemonade

Bubbly Probiotic Lemonade @learningandyearning My kids love lemonade and this is great way treat to replace soda!

Facebook3 Pinterest0 Twitter0 Google+0 Email 3   Home-Made Ginger Ale   Print Author: Magdalena Wszelaki Serves: 50 oz Ingredients ½ cup fresh ginger root (peeled and grated, lightly packed in measuring cup–make sure the root is moist and aromatic, not dried out) 3-6 tbsp. raw honey (very soft or liquefied but NOT hot) ¼ cup... READ FULL RECIPE >

Home-Made Ginger Ale

Facebook3 Pinterest0 Twitter0 Google+0 Email 3 Home-Made Ginger Ale Print Author: Magdalena Wszelaki Serves: 50 oz Ingredients ½ cup fresh ginger root (peeled and grated, lightly packed in measuring cup–make sure the root is moist and aromatic, not dried out) 3-6 tbsp. raw honey (very soft or liquefied but NOT hot) ¼ cup... READ FULL RECIPE >

DIY Ginger Bug and Lacto-Fermented Soda

DIY Ginger Bug and Lacto-Fermented Soda - Relish! Blog

Maple blueberry syrup.  Joy the Baker recommends mixing it with club soda, but it is also good over pancakes or ice cream.  I bet it would be good in lemonade, too...

Maple blueberry syrup. Joy the Baker recommends mixing it with club soda, but it is also good over pancakes or ice cream. I bet it would be good in lemonade, too...

How Do You Make a Ginger Bug? A natural lacto-fermented ‘soda’ starter, made by an anaeorobic process (meaning without oxygen) by which friendly bacteria and yeast break down sugar to form lactic acid. All you need is ginger root, unrefined sugar, and non-chlorinated water (chlorine kills bacteria).  Similar to a sourdough starter, the ginger bug traps wild yeast and beneficial microorganisms, which in turn break down the sugar to produce lactic acid and carbon dioxide.

Fermented Ginger Bug ‘Soda’

How Do You Make a Ginger Bug? A natural lacto-fermented ‘soda’ starter, made by an anaeorobic process (meaning without oxygen) by which friendly bacteria and yeast break down sugar to form lactic acid. All you need is ginger root, unrefined sugar, and non-chlorinated water (chlorine kills bacteria). Similar to a sourdough starter, the ginger bug traps wild yeast and beneficial microorganisms, which in turn break down the sugar to produce lactic acid and carbon dioxide.

Fermented Cranberry Soda :: A naturally probiotic rich, kid friendly, real food soda!

Fermented Cranberry Soda :: A naturally probiotic rich, kid friendly, real food soda

I make my own kombucha but I still like to see other peoples process!! This is really simple!

Kombucha 101

I make my own kombucha but I still like to see other peoples process!! This is really simple!

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