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A Complete Guide to Cultured Smoothies

 A Complete Guide to Cultured Smoothies | Cultures for Health 


The Smoothie Base

The base of the smoothie is some type of cultured liquid. Choose from these cultured smoothie base options:

Dairy-free yogurt or kefir works equally well as a smoothie base.


Additional Ingredients

Add ingredients to the smoothie base for extra nutrition, calories, and some yumminess, to keep them varied and interesting.

Herbal Boosters. Because smoothies usually contain a sweet component like fruit or sweetener, the sometimes grassy flavors of herbs can go undetected, for a bit of extra nutrition. 

Egg yolks from pastured chickens add vitamins, minerals, and good fats. (Always exercise caution when using raw egg yolks.)

Nutrient-dense Fats. Adding coconut oil, raw butter, or cod liver oil to smoothies provides extra nourishing fats. 



By livening up your smoothies with various fruits, flavors, and combinations you can keep your family begging for more of these cultured drinks.


Make Extra For Popsicles

Because smoothies are creamy and sweet they are excellent when made into probiotic popsicles. Simply take your leftover smoothie liquid (or make up a batch just for the occasion) and freeze into popsicle molds or small Dixie cups with popsicle sticks.


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