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Kimchi

A chilli packed Korean tasting version on sauerkraut. Great if you like heat, perfect for topping to salads, Asian noodle dishes and eggs and bacon for breakfast, lunch or dinner!

Start small on the chilli amounts and increase with each batch until you find your heat level. This ferment gets hotter as it ferments so what may seem like a small amount of chilli will actually be a full flavour hit after 7 days.

Kimchi

kraut

INGREDIENTS:

1 cabbage (green or purple)

2 carrots
2 Tbsp. cup salt
1 tablespoon grated garlic (about 5-6 cloves)
1 teaspoon grated ginger
2-3 red chillies
1 Tbsp chilli flakes (for extra hot)
½ daikon radish
4 scallions or 1/2 leek (optional_

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Chop cabbage
  2. Cut Daikon into match sticks or julienne
  3. Chop Scallions/ leek (if you want onion)
  4. Add to bowl with salt and massage until translucent
  5. Add Flavourings and massage again (gloves are good for this especially if you don’t want to smell like garlic)
  6. Press tightly into jars leaving 2 inches at the top.
  7. Cover top with cabbage leaves and add a weighted jar or weight to top (keep vegetables under liquid)
    Secure lid and place in a dark spot for 7 days minimum and 20 days maximum.
  8. Taste test the Kimchi after 7 days. Leave for longer if the vegetables are still too crunchy or the flavours are not robust.
  9. Put in fridge to stop fermentation process.

 

Experiment with purple or green cabbage or a wombok
I’ve added kale, rocket, curry leaves, beetroot leaves….anything really.

Tastes amazing and the chilli builds as the fermentation goes on…..WHOA!

 

Enjoy

 

sarah

The Low down on the LOWER body

Not for the faint (or fart) hearted

 

If you know me, you know I love talking about bums! If you’re thinking this is a little left of centre then you’re wrong. I love talking about the way it functions. My whole life I’ve had an interment relationship with my digestive system and felt like my whole life revolved around the porcelain throne.
I found this lady who also loved bums and last year I was lucky enough to be in the same room, be taught the craft of lacto-fermentation and talk about poo, health and all things cabbage and coconuts.
Last month an article appeared in my inbox that took me back to the beginning of my lifestyle changes and the understanding of what really does come from your rear end.

So I introduce….or re-introduce the lovely Maria Hunt from yourdigestion.com.au and the article that may have you laughing, crying, gagging or hopefully more aware of your health than ever before.

http://yourdigestion.com.au/blogs/news/14119309-do-you-have-a-healthy-bum