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Wild Honey Wine

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You Can Ferment Anything!    Instructions for grape juice,  sourdough starter, sauerkraut, salsa, honey wine, kombucha, beet kvass, and two types of kefir. It's so easy!

You Can Ferment Anything! Instructions for grape juice, sourdough starter, sauerkraut, salsa, honey wine, kombucha, beet kvass, and two types of kefir. It's so easy!

15 fermented food recipes including whey and cottage cheese, berry preserves, apricot butter, sweet potato, bean paste, carrot sticks, pickled cucumbers, sauerkraut, orange marmalade, raisin chutney, preserved lemon, mango chutney, veggie medley

15 fermented food recipes including whey and cottage cheese, berry preserves, apricot butter, sweet potato, bean paste, carrot sticks, pickled cucumbers, sauerkraut, orange marmalade, raisin chutney, preserved lemon, mango chutney, veggie medley

Réduisez votre cholestérol sanguin  et nettoyez vos artères et vos veines avec ce remède naturel !

Réduisez votre cholestérol sanguin et nettoyez vos artères et vos veines avec ce remède naturel !

56 Fermented & Probiotic Drinks {beyond kombucha & kefir} | I have one last trick up my sleeve... If you won't EAT your probiotics, surely you'll DRINK them! We all know about Kombucha and kefir... here are 56 more fermented beverages *beyond* kombucha and kefir! Who knew there were so many variations of kvass and homemade soda?! | TraditionalCookingSchool.com

56 Fermented & Probiotic Drinks {beyond kombucha & kefir} | I have one last trick up my sleeve... If you won't EAT your probiotics, surely you'll DRINK them! We all know about Kombucha and kefir... here are 56 more fermented beverages *beyond* kombucha and kefir! Who knew there were so many variations of kvass and homemade soda?! | TraditionalCookingSchool.com

Natural Ginger Ale - This homemade natural ginger ale recipe uses a culture to create a traditional fermented drink that contains probiotics and enzymes.

Natural Ginger Ale - This homemade natural ginger ale recipe uses a culture to create a traditional fermented drink that contains probiotics and enzymes.