Leave your kraut on your bench top and continue to 'burp' it each day by gently unscrewing the lid and tightening it again. If the mixture rises above water level during fermentation, pack it back down again with your hand. Leave the sauerkraut to ferment for 1-2 weeks - depending on how long you can wait!
* Ensure all of the utensils you use are sterilised before use
Original recipe and image by Jane from Haven of Health.
We know planning and prepping healthy snacks for school can be a little daunting at times with the no-nut policy, so we have created these delicious Lunchbox Friendly Chocolate Bliss Balls that are completely dairy free, nut free, gluten free and refined sugar free! Healthy kids are happy kids! Ps. These are totally delicious for adults too.
Kale is the queen of the leafy green jungle, but so many people just aren't fans of the taste. In the raw, it's not the most amazing thing in the world, but with the right accessories, this diva can totally be transformed into a variety of favourites including this Sasha Fierce of the vege chip world. Get your savoury snacking on with this super easy recipe.