Stuff I like …

Here are some suggestions on where to purchase the various items I mention,
weight loss that works, ingredients I use and books I read

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Scroll down for lifestyle programs, culture starters and books to add to your library

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education, lifestyle & healthy eating programs

I proudly graduated Feb 2018

6 Weeks No Wheat Program

great gut health and beneficial bacteria

Let’s sweeten the deal.

For a 10% discount on Kultured Wellness culture starters, use my code

–    fermentfrenzy    –

at the Kultured Wellness checkout

Kultured Wellness starter cultures are proudly Australian made and family owned

Coconut Kefir Culture Starter

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Kefir  –  pronounced  “Keh-fear”

A love bomb for your belly, think of Coconut Kefir as the more tropical, dairy-free alternative to milk Kefir. It has a lighter consistency, an energizing fizz and a refreshing tang.

Suitable for those on GAPS, Body Ecology, low FODMAP, Paleo, Keto or anti inflammatory diets.  It is gluten free, casein free, soy free, grain free and sugar free.

Coconut Kefir can be very beneficial for people who are sensitive to traditional fermented foods and who suffer from conditions such as histamine intolerance, SIBO, high inflammation, autoimmune conditions and food sensitivities.  Fantastic for allergies, eczema, psoriasis and establishing the gut wall.

Coconut Yoghurt Culture Starter

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Kultured Wellness Yoghurt starters can be used to make approximately 10 litres of coconut yoghurt that is deeply nourishing for your gut microbiome.

They are Vegan-friendly and do not contain any additives, preservatives or fillers.

D‐Lactate free to benefit people with issues such as MTHFR, liver & detox problems they contain high numbers of Bifidobacterium, which are important for leaky gut, immune regulation and digesting plant matter.

Can assist in rebuilding after antibiotic use and diarrhoea, combating candida and crowding out viruses, weight management and obesity as well as regulating histamine and taming inflammation.

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Then:   An apple a day.

Now:   A fermented apple juice a day.

The Kultured Wellness apple juice culture starter is ideal if you have allergies or intolerances to coconut starters.  Also great if you just like apples or if you’re really starting to grow intolerant of your gut issues.

This starter will make 10 litres of fermented apple juice that will support your gut microbiome (and keep the doctor away).

Ayam Coconut Cream

Why Ayam Coconut Cream?

Ayam is, 100% natural, gluten free, Vegan friendly, has no preservatives, additives or emulsifers and has a BPA free lining.  This premium quality coconut cream will give a creamy touch to your home made yoghurt and kefir.

Ayam has banned genetically modified ingredients, preservatives, added MSG and trans-fat in all their products.

GOING GREEN  – The Ayam coconut factory uses the coconut shells for the burners, saving on fossil energy and recycling its waste.  All the coconut is fully utilised

Ingredients: 100% Coconut kernel extract

great reads

The Gutalicious Cookbook is the ultimate gut-healing recipe book, containing over 150 sweet and savoury gut friendly recipes plus important information on gut health.

Jordan Pie & Kirsty Wirth have joined forces to bring you something special, a beautiful, gut-friendly cookbook. This book is the filled with all of the incredible recipes, tip, tricks and important research which they have learnt over all these years of healing our own guts and also helping others nourish their gut.

Inside You Will Find – Ketogenic Treats, Gut-Friendly Meals and a Fermented everything chapter


Ferment for Good

I love finding good reads by Australian authors and this book is ideal for the fermenter in your family.

A guide to discovering the joys of fermentation and all the possible variations, this book is a how to guide covering the basics of wild fermented vegetables, kombucha, kefir and discovering lesser known ferments.  I take my copy of this book to my workshops, it really is that good.

Ferment for Good is a great introduction to the world of fermentation without being overwhelming or overly complicated.

Fiery Ferments

I had the pleasure of meeting Kirsten at a fermentation festival and in this book, chillies take the spotlight.  Like a bit of heat?  Whet your appetite with more than 60 recipes for hot sauces, mustards, pickles, chutneys and relishes from around the globe.

Fiery Ferments highlights the many uses for hot ferments, there are dozens of additional recipes for breakfast, snacks and entrées.

Another author with decades of hands on experience, this book is sure to delight.

Fermented Vegetables

This was one of the very first fermenting books I bought and I still refer to the well-thumbed pages of hints, tips and delicious combinations of flavours.

Refine your technique as you expand your repertoire of fermenting your home grown harvest or stash from your local farmers’ market.

You will love the creative and healthy recipes in Fermented Vegetables, any of which can be made in small batches and you’ll love this fun and delicious way to preserve and enjoy your vegetables.