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Faux Sour Cream or Cream Cheese (Dairy-Free)

Faux Sour Cream

Two years ago… two years ago?!  Time sure flies nowadays!  Back to my thought before a reality check slammed me… two years ago I shared a recipe for cashew nut yogurt at my friend Jessica’s blog.  While I loved the yogurt I shared in that recipe, I couldn’t help but experiment with the … click here to continue reading Faux Sour Cream or Cream Cheese (Dairy-Free)

Coconut Yogurt – How to Make it Thick, Creamy and Delicious

Coconut Milk Yogurt

Coconut Milk Yogurt sprinkled with freeze-dried mango, banana, pineapple and strawberries

Before I started on GAPS I ate yogurt but not because I loved or craved it.  I ate it more out of convenience – something relatively healthy plus quick to eat – and my favorite was FAGE (pronounced “fa-yeh”).  It is thick … click here to continue reading Coconut Yogurt – How to Make it Thick, Creamy and Delicious

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 … click here to continue reading Super List of Ferments Recipes: Vegetables and Other Products

White Scum “Bloom” When Making Pickles – Fermenting Cucumbers

Pickles From My Garden

Back in June 2009… on June 20th to be exact… I started some pickles, using cucumbers grown fresh from my garden. I ate the first jar rather quickly, but the second jar has been slowly savored. It has been sitting in my fridge the last couple of years… every once in awhile I eat a … click here to continue reading White Scum “Bloom” When Making Pickles – Fermenting Cucumbers