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The combination of sweet fruit and tangy kefir is both refreshing and full of probiotics, making it the perfect addition to a barbecue spread or brunch.
Enjoy your home sprouted lentils in this amazing salad, with lots of crunchy veggies and a salty cheese to top things off. It’s delicious!
This new twist on the ever-popular chicken salad is tasty all by itself, or can be used as a sandwich filling. For a fancy party appetizer, stuff some into miniature cream puff shells.
By using homemade lacto-fermented mayonnaise, you turn this salad favorite into a probiotic-rich treat.
Need a good way to use up leftover holiday ham? Try this ham salad sandwich filling that uses fermented dill pickles as well as fermented mayonnaise to give your sandwich a healthy dose of probiotics and great flavor!
Slightly reminiscent of the traditional Indian dish, Mutter Paneer, this salad uses both homemade yogurt and Paneer to boost the nutrient content and make it good as a side dish or a vegetarian entrée.
A completely cultured dressing covers these simple but elegant salads, which are best served ice-cold. Chopped bacon bits makes this appetizer just a little heartier
Feast your taste buds on this mushroom, apple, and Jarlsberg salad!
A cooling combination for a hot day or a spicy meal!
Raita is a kind of East Indian salad that pairs well with curries or any spicy dish. It is traditionally made with only cucumbers, but this version adds a lot of versatility. It can also be eaten alone or served over meats and vegetables. Try some over scrambled eggs for a probiotic rich breakfast treat.
Light, smooth, tasty, and filling, this bean and cheese salad makes a great main dish on a hot day.
A perfect blend of creamy and crunchy; piquant and sweet!