From my blogging, it seems that I go through bursts of yoga, then bursts of fermenting. In reality (my regular life rather than my virtual online blogger life) I tend to do both simultaneously. Just for the time being I am finding it more interesting to share my fermenting efforts wit
Kombucha is made with various types of herbal tea. I love to switch it up and make different variations. However I always add at least 2 black/green tea bags as the scoby feeds off the caffeine as well as the sugar that has to be added. Here are some of my favourite combinations (2
In my previous post on making kefir, I mentioned that I sometimes ‘double ferment‘ and flavour my kefir. Double fermentation involves letting the kefir sit out at room temperature for longer after straining out the kefir grains: Make your kefir as per the instructions on m
Love and Time. The two main ingredients for sourdough. Oh and flour and water. Thats pretty much it. All four can create a yummy loaf of bread. However as I found out it’s very trial & error. I look forward to taking time to perfect my recipe. I started by using a recipe pro
My obsession with probiotic bacteria is slowly but steadily growing. In the past couple of months I have discovered the joy of kefir. A huge thanks goes to Andrea Potter & Cedana Bourne of Rooted Nutrition for their wonderful workshop on Fermenting Dairy. I managed to get some kef
nirmala living takes a whole body approach, not only addressing nutritional issues, disorders and deficiencies but also assessing the lifestyle of the individual.
Yoga is used along side nutritional therapy as a complementary practice to help re-balance the systems of the body, and nutrition is used along side yoga to strengthen the body as well as assisting in gentle detoxification.