2015 was quite an eventful year for me. My husband and I bought our first house, we both got new jobs, and Fermented Food Lab has grown tremendously over the last year. I am so grateful for you and the journey this blog has taken me.
Looking at how my recipes did in 2015 I came across my top blog posts and just had to share them with you.
Here are my Top 10 Fermented Food Recipes of 2015. These recipes were visited the most, shared the most and had the most comments and interest.
Only three ingredients makes it easy to add to your daily health routine. Rich in potassium, live enzymes and packed with many other health benefits.
Probiotic Strawberry Soda recipe is made with water kefir and fresh strawberry puree. It’s refreshing and will increase your energy and vitality.
One of my all time favorite sauerkraut recipes and one I’m very proud of. People who don’t like sauerkraut will love this one. It’s tangy, sweet, refreshing, anti-inflammatory and probiotic.
One of the first ferments I learned to make and benefitted from greatly. It can give you glowing skin, cleanse your liver and stop sugar cravings.
A healthy start to the new year, this bubbly drink is packed with vitamins, minerals and is kid approved.
These pickles are easy to make and contain a secret ingredient.
Lemony, nutty and cheesy. This apple cider vinegar dressing is nutrient dense and takes only a few minutes to make.
My husband’s grandmother taught me this recipe on our Christmas trip to Mexico in 2014. It’s sour and tangy like most vinegars but with a hint of pineapple flavor. Great in dressings, sauces and marinades.
I make this smoothie often. It’s lemony, tart, creamy and slightly sweet. It will cleanse your digestive track and reduce bloating.
Recipe for the Ultimate Cold Killer Shots. Combines simple ingredients that deliver a potent punch of immune boosting power.
Thank you for being a part of the Fermented Food Lab community and I wish you the best for 2016.