We’re so happy you’re here!
Our journey to good gut health began in 2014 when Hashimoto’s entered our lives via one otherwise healthy member of the family.
Now I’m not going to pretend that we fully understood the implications of this diagnosis. No, at first we may have been in denial of the fact that the average American diet was killing each and every one of us.
Ya know, we’re still coming to terms with the changes that need to be made in all of our lives.
All food should be slow food and eating should be a community affair. The happiest and healthiest people on earth today understand this. They share food, love, and laughter daily over a large, welcoming family table.
We love this, so we’re inviting you to ours.
So, you’d like to know a bit more?
Then grab a chair, a cold kombucha, and don’t mind me while I dust off my soapbox.
- strong, healthy families are key to a vibrant, peace-filled world.
- happiness is hard to find by ourselves.
- meals should be shared, savored, and enjoyed with others who believe the same ultimately creating community.
- laughter is vital for good gut health.
- your gut health affects your mental health and so much more.
Think about how many people today are finding themselves with dietary restrictions which were nearly unheard of just a couple of decades ago. We’re convinced that our ancestors, who fermented foods on the regular, knew something we no longer do. Or maybe its something we are just plain ignoring.
Looking for real change in your life? Want to build better health?
Start fermenting now!
Eating and taking in the nutrients that provide energy and become the components of our bodily structures is essential to sustain human life. Studies prove that fermented foods provide the necessary good gut bacteria to help digest and properly absorb those nutrients.
The American diet is slowly destroying us, people. We eat fast, empty calories far too often and forget that our food is our body’s fuel. I know my family was not the only one guilty of neglecting our health by using coffee and sugar to get energized. The success of Starbucks and Red Bull proves this.
Well, now that’s all in the past. Moving forward, guess who’s coming to dinner? Bacteria! Scobys! Wild yeast! Plump, healthy cultures! Even the youngest among us will be starting important health habits.
I’ve always said, anyone can make food taste good but a true food artist is one who can make people crave healthy food. So that’s one goal. The other is to make savoring food altogether a priority and invite friends to join us, creating a lasting community.
We love kombucha, sauerkraut, cheese, wine, beer, and sourdough bread. But did you know chocolate and coffee can be fermented? Yeah, I squealed just a bit when I heard this too. There are so many ways and even more foods to ferment. We’re on a journey to find them all. Even if we have to pave some new roads on this journey, we ain’t scared. Bring on the controlled rot. 🙂
Won’t you join us as we ferment all the things?!