Fermented Foods


Blend goji berries with 1/2 C filtered water, salt, sugar and probiotic powder
Slice oranges very very thinly and cut into quarters
Chop the rosemary leaves finely
Mix all ingredients together by hand and pour or spoon into a jar. Try to keep the orange pieces from poking up

Organic oranges – 4
1/2 C filtered water
1/4 C soaked goji berries
1/4 C coconut sugar
2T rosemary
1T sea salt
1/2 tsp your favourite probiotic powder OR 1/4 cup yogurt “starter”

-To make your starter ferment 1L coconut water, almond milk or any other nut/seed milk overnight with
through the liquid. You may have to tamp them down or push them under the goji liquid.

Cover your ferment with an airlock if available. If not then make sure you check on your concoction periodically while you are brewing it to prevent explosions 😉

Leave your marmalade to ferment in a warm place for 2-3 days (just as if you were fermenting yogurt). Taste it and see if you like the flavour as it ages. The liquid may become clearer, more translucent over this period.

1/2 tsp of your favourite probiotic. You can use this “starter” to make 16 batches of yogurt or 16 new starters and 256 batches of yogurt. Math. Is good

Optional: Fresh very thinly sliced ginkgo leaves

mango (Medium)Ingredients:

  • Mango’s, 3
  • Nectarines or Apricots, 2
  • Habanero Pepper (or another yellow/orange hot pepper), just a quarter to half depending on how spicy you want it.
  • Shallot 1 medium
  • Salt, 2 t
  • Lime Juice, half a lime, juiced
  • Probiotics, 1 t
  • Optional: Calendula or Dandelion Flowers



Blend all ingredients in a high speed blender until smooth

Add 1 t of your favourite probiotic at the end

Keep covered and warm (around body temperature) for 24 to 72 hours (or more!) until it reaches desired flavour. You may need to release CO2 as the hot sauce ferments

Take this snack along with you when you go on hikes at the end of this month or use it as a beautiful “crepe” for summer ice cream (coming soon). The important thing about this recipe is to find a star berry that is close to you and native to your area, making these crepes when they are in season.

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Enjoy this rich, sweet and healthful probiotic syrup on fruit, your own raw ice cream or your version of pancakes on Sunday morning. It would be delicious with coconut crepes and some rich stone fruits like peaches and apricots or over something low glycemic that we might call cheesecake (but of course it’s non-dairy and even better). Make this super-easy yummy topping with me! (read more…)

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