Want to learn some top tips for making your best batch of cultured vegetables every time? Read on for advice from one of our Certified Body Ecologists.
We love them because they are loaded with vitamins and minerals, are great for your digestion, control cravings, help your body detoxify and boost your immunity. Find out how they also keep you looking your best on the outside by reading: Want to Look Younger & Better? 8 Reasons Why Probiotics are an Essential Tool.
Since the early years of Body Ecology, Donna Gates has been teaching people to make their own fermented foods and drinks at home as a way to improve their health through re-establishing a healthy inner ecosystem.
Cultured vegetables, in particular, are one of the first fermented foods our customers experiment with at home…and for first-timers, there can be challenges.
This week, Caroline shares tips for how to make a perfect batch of cultured vegetables every time…and she should know, she has it down to a science!
Get Ready: Ingredients & Equipment - Make sure you have all your ingredients and equipment ready to go ahead of time.
NOTE: For more on helpful kitchen appliances, read: The Top 8 Recommended Appliances for Your Healthy Kitchen.
Adding Culture Starter to your brine helps ensure that your cultured vegetables are teeming with healthy microflora. The Lactobacillus Plantarum in cultured vegetables is great for supporting weight loss goals, regulating bowels and preserving good bacteria while taking antibiotics. Read More and Order Culture Starter Now.
Try Culture Starter today to create your own batch of delicious, probiotic-rich cultured vegetables! You can also use Culture Starter to make sour cream and cultured butter.
Whether you want to heal from an illness, control cravings for sweets and carbs, lose weight, preserve healthy bacteria when taking antibiotics or just feel your best, cultured vegetables made with Body Ecology's Culture Starter is your best bet for making probiotic-rich fermented foods!
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