Vegan Healthy Potato Salad | Potato Salad Recipe with Fermented Dill Pickles

This vegan and gut healthy potato salad recipe is what I would consider an inspired-by version of German potato salad. I came up with this potato salad recipe while trying to find something creative to do with our probiotic, fermented pickles! Potatoes are a staple in our house, and are they super nutritious and great for gut microbiome health. So combining them with our Fermented Dill Pickles makes quite a healthy dish. 

Prebiotic Foods | Health Benefits of Brussels Sprouts & Shaved Brussels Sprouts Salad Recipe

Brussels sprouts… most people either love them or hate them. They’re definitely a food worth loving though, because Brussels sprouts are one of the most nutrient dense vegetables you can eat!  They’re an amazing prebiotic foods, with significant health benefits. There are tons of fun Brussels sprouts recipes out there that you can try too, including an amazing one in this blog post!

Mapo Tofu with Kimchi | Vegan Tofu Recipe with Kimchi

Ma Po tofu is traditionally a dish from the Chinese province of Sichuan containing chili oils, fermented broad bean paste, a type of chili paste, fermented black beans and ground pork. There are many variations of Ma Po Tofu with flavors adapted to suit local flare or dietary restrictions. We left out the pork making our recipe vegan, used what ingredients we could find, and added Cultured Guru Kimchi for flavor and nutrients! 

Fermented Foods | Spicy Garlic Pickle Spirals Recipe

We loved using our spiralizer for this recipe. I never liked pickles growing up. Occasionally I would find a pickle recipe that I enjoyed, but the taste of pickled cucumbers wasn't my favorite. To this day I don't really eat pickled cucumbers. But when it comes to fermented foods, probiotic pickles and especially this pickle recipe... those have my heart. 

Best Tea for Gut Health

Easing your stress and anxiety, decreasing inflammation, boosting natural detoxification processes of the body, restoring a healthy gut lining, and strengthening your immune system all help to keep the gut microbiome in a balanced state. Drinking herbal teas and green tea is one of the most natural ways to accomplish these things.