Super List of Ferments Recipes: Vegetables and Other Products

Of all the foods we eat on GAPS, I daresay the ferments are up there as the most important.  The ones that come to mind immediately are yogurt and sauerkraut, but there are many other ferments you can get to help the good bacteria replenished in your gut.  I wanted to compile a list and once I got started I was amazed at how many recipes out there to try.  I have only tried a handful of these recipes: sauerkraut, cortido, radishes, pickles, carrots, yogurt, water kefir, dairy kefir, kombucha and beet kvass.





Have I forgotten anything?  I’m sure I have, please let me know in the comments and I’ll add them to the list.

Also, I am offering a free handy list of all the foods recommended on GAPS in categorized order. Have you ever found yourself looking the list to see what foods are recommended only to find it’s difficult to spot the meats, the veggies, etc.?   With the categorized list I’ve put together, you can see at a glance which vegetables are allowed, meat, fats and ferments, fruit, etc., all on one letter sized piece of paper, perfect to print out and tape onto your fridge.   Click here to sign up for my newsletter and receive this food list in categorized order. Also, included as a special bonus – all the ferments listed on this post, with links to the sites.  My newsletter will be low volume, with 2-3 newsletters per month.  Thanks for signing up! 🙂

Handy GAPS Recommended Foods List

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