Fermented Red Onions

I LOVE fresh and pickled red onions... a lot. We always have red onions in our house and we never, ever run out. We put them in quinoa bowls, in burrito bowls, on avocado toast, and pretty much any savory meal. Want to know what we love more than pickled red onions though? Fermented Red Onions!

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Kaitlynn Fenley
Five Favorite Probiotic Lunch Bowls

This all made lunch a lot more fun, and a hell of a lot tastier. Theres no more mystery and anxiety about lunch, and my lunches now leave me feeling energized, nourished and happy. We usually make lunch bowls, which can be eaten at home or easily packed to go

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Kaitlynn Fenley
Mushroom Burger with Probiotic Pickles

This all brings us to Probiotic Mushroom Burgers! Scotty ate a mushroom burger in Covington once, and he talks about it often. I don't really remember what it was like, but I remember carrots were involved. So this is our venture into creating a Probiotic Mushroom Burger that we can add to the list of usual things we eat! It turned out DELICIOUS! 

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Kaitlynn Fenley
Barbecue Brussels Sprouts Bowl

t's SO important to find a multitude of protein sources that are rich in minerals and nourishment. Brussels sprouts a one of the most nutritious, prebiotic-packed vegetables around. They taste great roasted, sautéed and steamed, and you can put them in almost any sauce that you would but tofu (or meat) in!

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Veggie Noodle Bowl + 3 Probiotic Salad Dressing Recipes

One thing I've been making a LOT of is spiraled veggie salads with different nutrient dense salad dressing made from our fermented vegetables.  We've done salads with spiraled zucchini, carrots, cucumber, turnip, water melon radish, and beets. Sometimes all mixed together and sometimes with just one veggie and then combined with rice noodles, sprouts and one of three Probiotic Raw Vegan Dressings. 

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Recycle Our Jars: DIY Seed Sprouting Jars + How to Sprout your own Seeds and Beans

Since Scotty and I live a plant based lifestyle, we eat a lot of sprouted seeds and beans for a source of protein and lots of vitamins. Bean and seed sprouts are a significant source of B Vitamins, Vitamin K, Vitamin C, Iron, Folate, and especially fiber.  Sprouts are actually one of the best prebiotic foods you can eat because of the fiber that makes it to your gut microbiome. 

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Kaitlynn Fenley
5 Gut Healthy Canned Food Recipes

 Providing canned food doesn't mean that those foods have to lack in nourishment. That is why we compiled five easy canned food recipes that can be eaten cold, cooked, served with cooked rice or served solo. These recipes can be made for one person or for lots of people in shelters or those being housed in others' homes. You can also use this as a resource to prepare for periods of time without power in the future. 

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Fermented Bread and Butter Pickles

For a while we were racking our brains to post an amazing pickle recipe that is different from the pickles we sell. We finally have one, and these pickles are absolutely delicious!  Let me start off by saying these pickles will not be a sugary type of sweet like most bread and butter pickles. There is no sugar, honey or sweeteners added. This recipe is inspired from the spices found in bread and butter pickles with some more "sweet" spices added.

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98 % Vegan

You've seen us post recipes including animal products only a few times, right? Our products are all vegan, our instagram is pretty much just vegetables and organic tofu... So what are we? Vegetarian, Vegan, Omnivores? Honestly we don't fall into any of these categories... yet. 

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Probiotic Summer Rolls

Summer rolls are 100% our favorite way to get a heaping dose of many prebiotic foods. Essentially a summer rolls is just a bunch of nutritious veggies rolled into rice paper. We love summer rolls so much because they're a fun, fresh and tasty way to eat a lot of raw veggies. This recipe also includes our recipe for our absolute FAVORITE summer roll dipping sauce, and it's probiotic too! 

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