We experimented with the Changing Habits Emmer Wheat flour and a coconut water kefir starter to ferment the wheat and create a sourdough. e added rosemary, cheese and olives for little flavour bombs and the result was amazing! Of course it was more dense and ‘doughy’ than modern wheat as there is less gluten.
Want an easy and yummy way to sneak more of our Changing Habits Probiotics into you and your kids diet, then this recipe is a must to try. You can serve this Probiotic Chocolate Yoghurt with our muesli, fresh seasonal fruits, on top of pancakes, within chia puddings, panna cottas or smoothies. So many options.
Did you know that you can make your own coconut yoghurt using the Changing Habits Probiotic Powder? You can change up the flavours by adding in some of your favourite seasonal fruits.
As a nutritionist I know the importance of gut health, so I’m on a bit of a mission to get you making even just ONE probiotic rich fermented food, and in my opinion this recipe is one of the easiest of them all! Implementing homemade fermented foods into your diet will aid with your digestion, boost your beneficial probiotic, enzyme and vitamin intake. You can easily change up the flavour profile of your probiotic pickles depending on your personal preferences by adding in mustard seed, chili, dill and/ or ginger for something a little different.