Incorporating Cultured Foods into Your Holiday Dishes
Incorporating cultured and fermented foods into your favorite holiday dishes is easy. With a few small adjustments and substitutions, your family can enjoy a more nutrient-dense meal complete with a probiotic boost.
Dips. Make over your favorite dip recipe by substituting yogurt, kefir, or naturally cultured sour cream for mayonnaise. Or try these delicious alternatives:
Don't have kefir on hand? Just substitute yogurt or sour cream for kefir in these dip recipes.
Crackers.For a festive substitute to traditional crackers, try making
Fruit. Cut fruit into bite-size pieces and serve with slices of Honey-Lavender Goat Cheese and a few chocolate curls. Decorative and delicious!
Butter. Be sure to have plenty of cultured butter on hand for the bread, vegetables, corn and potatoes! Never has a cultured food been more delicious.
Many holiday gatherings focus on the dessert. There are endless ways to make dessert cultured.
Cookies can be made with sourdough, cultured butter and organic sugar. For the next cookie exchange, try these: