How do I naturally boost the immune system?

Naturally Boost Your Immune System Loula NAtural

How do I naturally boost the immune system?

Inflammation is key to healing and the immune system- it is the way the body puts up barriers to shield off the area needing repair. By allowing the inflammation, heat (fever), pain and swelling to be like a no go area (like when resurfacing a road) you are allowing that area to get what it needs. By ignoring these symptoms and surpressing them with anti-histamines, anti-inflammatories, pain killers, steroids, antibiotics and so many other methods you are prolonging the area the time and resources it needs to heal and return to optimum health. By using natural methods to boost the immune system, you can promote healing and repair of the whole body.

Look to nutrients which support the immune system and all the jobs it needs to do- central to this, of course, are bacteria. Fermented foods are the easiest way to get the body balanced. A man named Antoine Bechamp (who worked alongside Louis Pasteur) discovered tiny organisms he called “microzymas” which are present in all things – animal, vegetable, and mineral, whether living or dead. Depending upon the condition of the host, these microzymas could assume various forms. Bad bacteria and viruses were simply the forms assumed by the microzymas when there was a condition of disease. In a diseased body, the microzymas became pathological bacteria and viruses all in the name of survival. In a healthy body, microzymas formed healthy cells. Fermented foods have a balanced ratio of these microzyma’s which can morph, adapt and transform into what the body needs to regain balance. 

Also read this great article from Lynn Margulis about how Kefir forms in the same manner. There is also this one on multicellularity;

“Single celled micro-organisms are constantly interacting with their neighbours, from individuals of the same species to cells from different domains of life, forming complex biofilm patterns, complex nutritional symbioses, and complex clumps.” (source)

Here is Kefir under the microscope;

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 Sometimes this may mean the body’s inflammatory response will turn on to set up a healing area so that the body is able to find energy, strength and motivation. A common thing I hear is that ‘fermented foods do not agree with me”. This is not true- the body has to sometimes go through upheaval to achieve balance. We are 10-20 times more bacterial cells than human cells. Fermented foods are essential for every age to boost the immune system.

Every human on the planet needs fermented foods in their daily diet. Regardless of age.

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Firstly REDUCE the IMPACT of Stress

Excessive stress (whether mental, physical or emotional) is detrimental to your immune system and therefore your overall health. Stress affects you by drawing away your life blood from the organs to supply the skeletal muscles in the fight or flight mode. Whether you perceive stress or not, stress is a reaction to stimulus, whether that be walking down the road in a city with everything going on around you, to being overworked and underfed in a job situation, to constantly worrying about anything and everything.

Even watching TV is a stressful situation as the constant flicker and movement is incredibly stimulating. In fight or flight (the opposite being the Relaxation response) mode the blood supply is diverted away from your organs to the skeletal muscles. By diverting the blood supply you are taking away nutrients, oxygen and life source away from the cells in your vital organs disrupting the essential environment and processes for cellular health. Any stagnation, mental, physical and emotional will also contribute to this. To boost the immune system we need to have times in the day to return to rest and recovery mode.

Use Breathing techniques (here is my Rainbow Breathing and Simple Meditation from Real Fit Mama)

Visualisation techniques

Gentle exercise like hiking and yoga

Get into nature- grounding

meditation

Massage

Bach Flower Remedies

EFT

Aromatherapy (essential oils)

Get back to REST and RECOVERY everyday for at least 1-5 minutes. Tiny changes can make huge differences.

Nutrients needed to boost the immune system then also help the bacterial levels in your body or will help the body through the various stages of inflammation (heat, swelling, pain and redness (blood circulation).

Immune Boosting Foods

Nutrients that help can naturally help balance bacteria;

Fermented foods (see my book Culture Your Life)

Elderberry

Lavender

Onions,

Garlic,

Raw honey  

Calendula

Super Greens

Spices; Cinnamon, cloves, star anise

Coconut (oil, meat, water)

Jerusalam artichokes

Ginger

Herbs; thyme, rosemary, oregano, coriander, parsley and basil

Protecting nutrients (allow the body to do its job);

Anti-Oxidants (berries, greens, hibiscus, Rose hips, elderberries)

Viamin A

Vitamin C (including citrus fruits)

Hormone Balancers (like blood-sugar balancers-Holy Basil, cinnamon)

Vitamin D

Fats (butter/ghee, coconut oil, nuts/seeds, avocado’s and eggs)

Protein (including gelatin)

Magnesium

Zinc

Ginger (helps to raise the body temperature)

Bone Broths

Herbs; thyme, rosemary, oregano, coriander, parsley and basil

Nutrients that also clean up and restore the area back to normal

Chamomile

Anti-inflammatories (see a whole list here)

Fermented Foods (see my book Culture Your Life)

Epsom salts

Oats

Aloe Vera

Turmeric

Elderberry

Immune Boosting Foods Pin

More Information:

culture your life

5 Reasons to make Kefir

Kefir FAQ

5 Reasons to Brew Kombucha

Spring into HEalth

Inflammation

Heal From Inflammation

Anti-Inflammatory Nutrients

Naturopaths First Aid Kit

What to do when your kids get sick

What to do when you get sick- fever

5 ways Nutrition can change your life

Recipes

Honey and Onion Immune Elixir

Sunshine Shot

Elderberry Cordial

Immune boosting pumpkin pie spices

Lemon, Honey and Ginger Tea

Hibiscus Tea

Orange Peel Powder

How to make your own bone broth

Coconut and ginger chicken soup

Coconut Milk

Lemon, Orange and ginger curd

Healing Body Butter

 Ultimate Kefir Bath Soak

See here also for my fermenting Inspiration Pinterest Board; 

Follow Loula Natural’s board +Loula Natural’s Fermenting Inspiration+ on Pinterest.

check out this post;

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Kumquat, Cranberry and Cinnamon Water Kefir

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Kumquat, Cranberry and Cinnamon Water Kefir

I have been tinkering around with lots of new flavours of Water Kefir and this, Kumquat, Cranberry and Cinnamon, is my new favourite (after my ginger, lemon and honey water kefir!) I have used bought dried Kumquats in this recipe but they are abundant in the shops at the moment so am also keen to dry my own. I have used my own dried cranberries. 

Kumquats are in season in winter and in spring (they are very popular as ornaments at Chinese New Year as they represent gold and are also used as offerings in temples and shrines). As are cranberries. So this recipe for Kumquat, Cranberry and Cinnamon Water Kefir is very seasonal. Kumquats are quite unique from other citrus fruits as they are eaten whole- peel and all. They are extremely tart but still have a degree of sweetness. 

Since the whole fruit is eaten the skin’s fibre, oils, phyto-nutrients and antioxidants are present and add to its nutrient value. The anti-oxidants and vitamin C, A and E you would expect from a citrus fruit are also in abundance in Kumquats. Here you can find a table of nutrients contained within the fruit. 

See the health benefits of Cranberries here and Cinnamon here

The mix of tart, sweet, sour and spicy make a really refreshing drink with a festive twist. 

Ingredients for Kumquat, Cranberry and Cinnamon Water Kefir 

1 litre Water Kefir ( I make mine with coconut sugar but it is also nice with Maple Syrup Water Kefir)

4/5 Dried Kumquats

Handful of Dried Cranberries

1/2 tsp Ground cinnamon or one rolled cinnamon bark

Directions

Because I have used store bought dried Kumquats I have not needed any additional sugar for the second fermentation. I allowed 24 hours for the fermentation (I also prefer to ferment with a covered open vessel but you could do it closed with regualar opening to release excess gas build up. Check out the marketplace for Kefir Grains and vessels

Once it tastes to my liking I strain the fruit (which I save to add to my Green Smoothies). I then store it in the fridge ready to drink.

For many more Kefir and Kombucha recipes and how to make these fermented products please check out my ebook Culture Your Life

Check out all my other Kefir Recipes here

 

 

If you love fermenting come and check out my collection of inspiration from around the web. Full of drinks, foods and everything bacteria! Let me know if you would like to be a contributor.

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Culture Your Life

Kefir and Kombucha For Every Day Nourishment

A Concise Manual for Kefir and Kombucha with over

45 Recipes

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Are you fed up with the following:

Suffer from IBS symptoms?

Have a gluten or dairy sensitivity?

Lack energy?

Showing signs of hormonal imbalance? (thyroid, adrenals or oestrogen dominance)?

Have central weight gain and blood sugar problems?

Keep getting coughs and cold that won’t go away?

Autoimmune issues (hypothyroid, type 2 diabetes, crohn’s, ulcerative colitis or skin conditions)?

Breastfeeding, Pregnant or looking to do both?

Any menstrual irregularities?

Then a book on fermenting may be just what you are looking for…

culture your life

Kefir and Kombucha have been widely research and the bacteria in fermented foods are fundamental for;

Improving digestive repair and health (especially when experiencing food intolerance and nutrient deficiencies.)

Boosting Immune system strength and regulation (especially in auto immune conditions like thyroid conditions, arthritis, eczema, crohns or type 2 diabetes)

Stimulating Hormonal balance (especially insulin in blood sugar imbalances and oestrogen dominant conditions like PCOS)

Correcting any bacterial, yeast or fungus imbalance and overgrowth (including Candida, Helicobachter Pylori or athletes foot

Increasing Energy production (really important that your cells have the mechanisms to use and create energy- especially in cancer prevention)

Allowing Nutrient bio-availability and absorption (bacteria helps the food’s nutrients become more available to your body and increases your body’s ability to actually absorb them for use.)

Enhancing breast milk and also helps balance the body during, pre and post-natal. Bacteria is essential for the baby’s digestive and immune system’s function.

Any condition can be improved with a little bacteria!

buy-now-button hardbackbuy-now-button kindle

 

 

 (amazon.co.uk affiliate link above)

Culture You Life has been written with you in mind; to help nourish your life on a daily basis. Whether you are already making and consuming Kefir and Kombucha and looking for inspiration or you are just getting started and looking for guidance. Together with instructions and information on the origins and benefits of Kefir and Kombucha there are over 45 Recipes that are clear, concise and use real ingredients.

Different kefir sales image

Designed to give you confidence and motivation to get started and on your journey to better health.

The benefits seen in your Digestive and Immune system when consuming fermented and cultured foods and drinks are well documented and the rituals have been passed on for centuries. This book endeavours to bring them into your kitchen. Safe for all ages (6months +) and packed full of recipes for drinks, foods, cosmetics and household cleaning products. It couldn’t be easier to bring some culture into your life.

buy-now-button hardback

(link to Barnes and Noble)

Kefir Front This book includes;

Information to understand how bacteria in fermented products can help the body

How to choose your ingredients

Confidence to get started

How to make Kefir from any milk (oat, nut, coconut and dairy), water kefir

Use second ferments to flavour them.

How to use tea (black, green and white) as well as non-caffeine alternatives (Roobios and Tulsi) to brew Kombucha.

Use the recipes to flavour with a second ferment. 

Over 45 Recipes include;  

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 Food; Baked goods, Kefir cheese, dips and dairy free ice-cream 

green kefir smoothie sales pic

Drinks;  Inspiring flavour combinations for second ferments, how to make smoothies and green drinks. Also tips on how turn Kefir and Kombucha into Cocktails.

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Cosmetics; Face masks, hair rinses, hand sanitisers, sun burn remedies and post swimming sprays  

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Natural Household Cleaners   such as fruit and vegetable wash, laundry liquid, toilet, sink and bath cleaner and many many more…..

Kom front collage

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(Book Depository link)

Here are some Reviews from people you may recognise;

‘Thisbook is fabulous and truly there is nothing out there like it” Lantau Mama

Culture your Life is great for the beginner and advanced real food cook.  Anyone interested in learning more about the benefits of cultured foods, cultured beverages, Kefir smoothies, and cultured desserts must read this book.  It contains very useful and important information about Probiotic health and how to include Probiotics in your everyday diet.  It is a kitchen necessity for anyone cooking real and healthy food. Green Boot Living

Cultured foods are one of the secret ingredients to vibrant health, and kefir and kombucha are two very easy, delicious traditional foods to help you wade into enjoying them. This volume will show you just about EVERYTHING you need to know about making, using and enjoying kefir and kombucha, even if you don’t eat dairy products. From history to dozens of recipes, Culture Your Life really knocks it out of the park!  Small Footprint Family

Culture Your Life brings almost forgotten tradition of fermentation back to everyday use in a quick and easy way. Recipes are easy to apply with minimal costs and efforts.  Mikko Revonniemi (CEO of Four Sigma Foods)

Join our Affiliate Program! Ingredients collage

Culture Your Life

Culture Your Life Image

Culture Your Life

Kefir and Kombucha For Every Day Nourishment

A Concise Manual for Kefir and Kombucha with over

45 Recipes

image

buy-now-button hardbackbuy-now-button kindle

 (amazon.com affiliate link above)

Are you fed up with the following:

Suffer from IBS symptoms?

Have a gluten or dairy sensitivity?

Lack energy?

Showing signs of hormonal imbalance? (thyroid, adrenals or oestrogen dominance)?

Have central weight gain and blood sugar problems?

Keep getting coughs and cold that won’t go away?

Autoimmune issues (hypothyroid, type 2 diabetes, crohn’s, ulcerative colitis or skin conditions)?

Breastfeeding, Pregnant or looking to do both?

Any menstrual irregularities?

Then a book on fermenting may be just what you are looking for…

culture your life

Kefir and Kombucha have been widely research and the bacteria in fermented foods are fundamental for;

Improving digestive repair and health (especially when experiencing food intolerance and nutrient deficiencies.)

Boosting Immune system strength and regulation (especially in auto immune conditions like thyroid conditions, arthritis, eczema, crohns or type 2 diabetes)

Stimulating Hormonal balance (especially insulin in blood sugar imbalances and oestrogen dominant conditions like PCOS)

Correcting any bacterial, yeast or fungus imbalance and overgrowth (including Candida, Helicobachter Pylori or athletes foot

Increasing Energy production (really important that your cells have the mechanisms to use and create energy- especially in cancer prevention)

Allowing Nutrient bio-availability and absorption (bacteria helps the food’s nutrients become more available to your body and increases your body’s ability to actually absorb them for use.)

Enhancing breast milk and also helps balance the body during, pre and post-natal. Bacteria is essential for the baby’s digestive and immune system’s function.

Any condition can be improved with a little bacteria!

buy-now-button hardbackbuy-now-button kindle 

 (amazon.co.uk affiliate link above)

Culture You Life has been written with you in mind; to help nourish your life on a daily basis. Whether you are already making and consuming Kefir and Kombucha and looking for inspiration or you are just getting started and looking for guidance. Together with instructions and information on the origins and benefits of Kefir and Kombucha there are over 45 Recipes that are clear, concise and use real ingredients.

Different kefir sales image

Designed to give you confidence and motivation to get started and on your journey to better health.

The benefits seen in your Digestive and Immune system when consuming fermented and cultured foods and drinks are well documented and the rituals have been passed on for centuries. This book endeavours to bring them into your kitchen. Safe for all ages (6months +) and packed full of recipes for drinks, foods, cosmetics and household cleaning products. It couldn’t be easier to bring some culture into your life.

buy-now-button hardback

(link to Barnes and Noble)

Kefir Front This book includes;

Information to understand how bacteria in fermented products can help the body

How to choose your ingredients

Confidence to get started

How to make Kefir from any milk (oat, nut, coconut and dairy), water kefir

Use second ferments to flavour them.

How to use tea (black, green and white) as well as non-caffeine alternatives (Roobios and Tulsi) to brew Kombucha.

Use the recipes to flavour with a second ferment. 

Over 45 Recipes include;  

rocky road sales pic

 Food; Baked goods, Kefir cheese, dips and dairy free ice-cream 

green kefir smoothie sales pic

Drinks;  Inspiring flavour combinations for second ferments, how to make smoothies and green drinks. Also tips on how turn Kefir and Kombucha into Cocktails.

cosmetics sales image 

Cosmetics; Face masks, hair rinses, hand sanitisers, sun burn remedies and post swimming sprays  

vege wash sales pic

Natural Household Cleaners   such as fruit and vegetable wash, laundry liquid, toilet, sink and bath cleaner and many many more…..

Kom front collage

buy now button

(Book Depository link)

Here are some Reviews from people you may recognise;

‘Thisbook is fabulous and truly there is nothing out there like it” Lantau Mama

Culture your Life is great for the beginner and advanced real food cook.  Anyone interested in learning more about the benefits of cultured foods, cultured beverages, Kefir smoothies, and cultured desserts must read this book.  It contains very useful and important information about Probiotic health and how to include Probiotics in your everyday diet.  It is a kitchen necessity for anyone cooking real and healthy food. Green Boot Living

Cultured foods are one of the secret ingredients to vibrant health, and kefir and kombucha are two very easy, delicious traditional foods to help you wade into enjoying them. This volume will show you just about EVERYTHING you need to know about making, using and enjoying kefir and kombucha, even if you don’t eat dairy products. From history to dozens of recipes, Culture Your Life really knocks it out of the park!  Small Footprint Family

Culture Your Life brings almost forgotten tradition of fermentation back to everyday use in a quick and easy way. Recipes are easy to apply with minimal costs and efforts.  Mikko Revonniemi (CEO of Four Sigma Foods)

Join our Affiliate Program! Ingredients collage

 

Kefir FAQ

 

Water Grains on the Left, Milk Grains on the Right
Water Grains on the Left, Milk Grains on the Right

 

Most cultures have some kind of fermented food in their food history. Most cultures still include a fermented food/drink within their daily meals. Kefir, Kombucha, sauerkraut, pickling (see here and here for recipes) and making yoghurt has become very popular again. It is not a coincidence that there is also an increased interest in using natural methods to help combat the increase in digestive weakness and immunity issues coming up in our own health and that of our children. Fermenting is a key way to help re-balance and re-build the body’s strength and health. Here is an insight to my journey, using fermentation to heal.

Bacteria is not something to be feared. It is natural and all forms (even Candida and Helicobacter Pylori) are essential to health and for optimum performance for the body. As we will see, with any ferment- the ingredients (what the bacteria feeds on) and the environment (ph, temperature and contact with oxygen) are very important to get fermenting right. Our bodies now more than ever are becoming more acidic with our diets containing more processed, sugar laden and dead (pasteurised and containing non natural ingredients) foods. These two factors will contribute the imbalance of our gut bacteria alone without adding in overuse of anti-bio tics and over sterilisation of our environments with chemical cleaning products.

However we are turning around from it in a big way and wanting to become food producers and using natural methods more and more. Every small step will have a big impact; Kefir is a little step that is relatively easy to take.

When I first got my Water and Milk grains off of someone I had no idea what to do. All the instructions I could find (and there are a lot of internet sites out there!) were different. It seemed very confusing and a little over my head. Until one day I thought- oh well let’s just try it and see what happens. I now teach courses on how to make it (and Kombucha- that is a whole other FAQ!) and I strive to make it accessible and exciting to get others to build communities in order to share and learn together. In that way I decided to put together a FAQ to try and encourage others to take that first step! These are a list of all the questions I am commonly asked and my answers.

 

Q. What is Kefir?

A.  Kefir is a blend of yeast in bacteria living harmoniously. It is a natural pro-biotic. Kefir grains, whether water or milk, are essentially cultured beneficial bacteria and at the essence the same.

 

Q. So why is one called Milk Kefir and the other Water Kefir?

A. When the liquid is fermented, the grain will take on some of the liquid and will also change colour and consistency. So while the bacterial properties of the milk and water kefir are the same they potentially look different. However I have used water kefir grains to produce milk Kefir and vice versa. It sometimes takes a couple of batches and maybe a little rinsing to get the product back to tasting exactly the same as before- what I end up with is still Kefir.

 

Q. What do I need to make Kefir?

 

Basic Tools
Basic Tools

 

A. You need the grains, a liquid to ferment (any milk or water, juice or sweet liquid), vessel to ferment in (normally glass jars or jugs) a cloth to cover the top (to keep out dust and bugs) a plastic strainer and spoons. Metal and Kefir do not mix well so everything should be plastic or glass that comes in contact with the kefir.

 

Q. Why are my grains not multiplying like everyone elses?

A. Kefir is alive and every grain is different. I have used the same grains (albeit passed on many times) for over a year now and no two batches of Kefir have turned out the same. I have used different milks, ratios of liquid to grains and even tried to change them from milk to water and vice versa. Every time I get kefir, sometimes I get a lot of grains other times I don’t! You just have to remember that the grains need food (sugar), temperature (body temp) and they like agitation (so stirring them can also have an effect). Try using a UHT if you are normally using fresh or vice versa. Try adding some sugar or changing the time you ferment for to see if any of that has an effect. If you have a few grains then start with a smaller amount of liquid to let them grow, then add the amount as the grains multiply. I started with 1tsp grains:1 cup liquid. Failing that get some grains off someone in the community!

Q. My water Kefir grains are not working as well and my kefir is thick like syrup, is it ok to drink?

A. I find it can help by using a combination of switching environments, adding acidity (sometimes ie lemon juice) rinsing and resting. If you have alkaline water lemon juice works well as does adding egg shells. If you have distilled water or a filter which may take away minerals an egg shell or a pince of salt can sometimes revive grains. I have been using a mix of sugars- coconut sugar, molasses, maple syrup or dates. I sometimes use a combination of all of the above. Sometimes adding a bit of ready made water Kefir to the mix works nicely too when they are a bit tired. Lastly rinsing the grains in plain water overnight can also help, simple strain and add to sugar water in the morning.

Use your senses to decide whether it is safe to drink. Smell, taste as well as sight are very important in anything to decide what is right for you and your body. Then when you have tasted some, what is your gut instinct, act on that it is more reliable than what I can tell you from here!

Q My milk grains seem to have disappeared or are reducing in number?

A I have found that in this temperature the grains seem to be producing a thicker kefir quicker but straining them is becoming difficult. I am now keeping more of a yoghurt starter to make my kefir. When the temperature cools down the grains will be easier to detect and will look more like a cottage cheese. See above also to get your grains to multiply.

 

Q How do you know if it has gone off?

A Kefir in milk has a slightly cheesy scent (like off milk) and a sour taste. It is down to preference. If there is visible green or black mould then normally I would say to dump the kefir and start again- or scrape off the mould and use the remaining kefir in the bath. The water will taste fizzy and a little sour. It will have a vague sulfur-y smell. If it smells really sulfur-y then either leave with the lid off for a while and taste it, otherwise pour it down the sink and re-populate our environment with some good bacteria!

 

Q My milk kefir has separated is it off?

A. Not necessarily, just stir it up it is fine to use as long as it doesn’t smell like rotten eggs etc as above. It is really up to you what you consume. Cheese is mouldy and relies on bacteria so the worst that will happen is it becomes like a blue cheese! Start to use your power of smell and taste agin and rely on instinct. Ferment to taste and take it further and further each time. The worst that can happen is diarrhoea.

 

Q I really don’t like the taste. What can I do?

A. Either mix in a little with other things for example mix a little into a smoothie or dilute with some coconut water or other real fruit juice. Add some fizzy water or play with second ferments. Add fruit or herbal teas, flavourings and a little extra sugar to try and educate your palate again. 2 weeks of tasting things can change your taste buds.

 

Q. How do I get my kids to drink it

 

How do I get my Kids to drink Kefir?
How do I get my Kids to drink Kefir?

 

A. Same as above- however kids are more likely to want what you are having- so lead my example and don’t ask a child to try and eat anything you are not willing to try or have yourself! (actually same goes for wanting kids to stop eating things too!)

 

Q. What is the difference between Kefir and probiotics as I am happy taking my capsules?

A. They are cheaper to use then bottled probiotics. They are also alive and not freeze dried like in the capsules so are ready to inhabit and balance the bacteria in your digestive system. Safe for everyone Kefir can be taken while pregnant and is great for babies (not the milk kefir before the age of one) Capsules will help promote good bacteria but will not take up residence like Kefir does (source) Also Kefir has 35 strains of alive bacteria working together in symbiosis. How many strains are listed on the back of your probiotic capsules? Check out this report

 

Q If it is so simple why would I take a course to learn how to do it?

A My course is designed to help give you confidence. To learn how to make Kefir and to taste all the different types to find one type that you and your family will like. To understand what to do with it, how to do a second ferment and to leave with ideas motivation and a group of people you can share recipes, disasters, triumphs and brainstorm with. It is to return to fermenting roots, rituals and to use food as a community builder.

 

Hope this helps and get in touch if there are any other questions you have or want to find out where to get some grains to get going with. Or you can buy the book here;

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DO you have any favourite Kefir Recipes?

 

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