October 13, 2012
In my article, “Fermentation – It's What's For Dinner”, you learn how the average trip to your local health food store exposes you to a variety of fermented foods like kombuchas, yogurts, kefirs and other packaged compounds that promise to maximize your digestive health by increasing your beneficial gut flora.
But the fact is, most of that stuff is heat-processed and pasteurized, and if you really want the full gut, mind and performance benefits of good bacteria, you should try to make some of your own probiotics at home.
Not to mention that rather than buying a bottle of Kombucha at the grocery sore for $4.99, you can literally make gallons yourself at home for about a nickel.
And it's easy to do, as you'll see in the video above! During the video, which was filmed at Pilgrim's Wellness Center, my wife Jessa and I demonstrate how to:
-Make your own kombucha
-Make your own kefir
-Make your own whey
-Make your own KimChi
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