REAL FOOD ON A BUDGET SATURDAYS: 5 WAYS TO USE LACTO-FERMENTED PROBIOTIC LEMONADE

Now that you have a gallon of wonderfully healthy, super delicious Lacto-Fermented Probiotic Lemonade…you may be wondering what to do with it? Here are a few ideas:

1) POUR A GLASS

Invite friends over for game night and offer them a class of homemade lemonade. They will never even know it’s packed with living goodness!

2) MIX THINGS UP

Mix 50/50 with a batch of freshly brewed Sun Tea. Super healthy and dramatically cheaper (and better tasting) than store-bought blends.

3) TOSS A SALAD

Instead of killing your salad with unnatural store-bought salad dressings, try this on for size. Prepare salad as normal. Drizzle cold-pressed Olive Oil and a few splashes of Lacto-Fermented Probiotic Lemonade over your greens and toss. Let sit for a few minutes. Not only is this simple and delicious but the oil/lemon combo helps to balance out the acidic and alkaline in the salad to help your body digest all those powerful nutrients!

4) ONE LUMP OR TWO

Instead of sugar in your hot tea, try lemonade cubes. Simply freeze a tray or two of your Lacto-Fermented Probiotic Lemonade and drop into your favorite hot tea.

5) BLEND IT

Replace other liquids or just add a little sour punch to your smoothies. Again, great balance for acidic and alkaline. Add to any smoothie that contains greens or green drink.

 Haven’t tried Lacto-Fermented Probiotic Lemonade? It only takes a few minutes to make. Get started with your fermentation journey today.

LACTO-FERMENTED PROBIOTIC LEMONADE

  • 12 lemons, juiced
  • 1/2 C. – 1 C. sucanat, to taste
  • 1 C. whey (liquid from homemade yogurt or butter)
  • 1 gallon of water

Juice lemons at room temperature. Hand press works best. Mix all together in large container. Cover tightly with lid and let sit at room temperature (out of direct sunlight) for two days. After two days of fermentation, drink or refrigerate. Yields one gallon.

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