Kim Chi, a traditional fermented food from Korea made from cabbage, garlic, chilli and other vegetables is a nourishing food, full of probiotic goodness. It is rich in vitamins and as the vegetables are fermented and pre-digested by the lacto-bacilli naturally present in the vegetables, it enables our bodies to absorb more of the nutrients than eating it raw. Making your own is easy and this version is great for beginners with a milder flavour.
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I admit that I had been reluctant to get into the world of fermented meats. After all, animals are more complex, what with their locomotion, protein-based muscles and specialized organs. Not like those simple cellulose and carbohydrate plants. And more complexity means more creatures in Nature which like to feed on recycle other expired creatures. And some … … Continue reading →
Simple-Simple prep! Creamy noodly goodness...packed with nutrition. Made WITHOUT using any DAIRY or GRAINS! Use coconut cream + almond flour in place of the traditional heavy cream & flour! Serves 4-6 Ingredients: 1 1/2 lbs raw, peeled and deveined shrimp 2 garlic cloves, minced 1 small yellow...