The Gift of Fermentation

A quick poll: who's conquered Christmas shopping?

Now, let's talk BBQs. The best part is obviously ________________. 

Let's settle this once and for all: Sunday afternoons without a roast - agree or disagree? 

Cheese lovers, is this true or false: it's one of the oldest man-made foods? 

Last but not least, paint us a picture of your dream Festive Dessert! 

Speaking of gifts, nothing beats homemade treats showered with love. But why not take it up a notch?

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Spread holiday cheer and wellness in one fell swoop. Who wouldn't want that? Come on, let's spread the joy of giving!

Happy gut-loving gifting and munching!

Get ready to ignite your taste buds and reminisce with loved ones! Picture this: a chill afternoon with a sizzling barbie, good company, and classic tunes. It's the perfect recipe for priceless memories!

Speaking of memories, let's take a trip down memory lane to my grandparents' Christmas traditions. The highlight of the night was cutting the tunnel-shaped Christmas dinner (roast turkey with apple and nut stuffing, brined potatoes, and red sauerkraut). What a feast!

But wait, that was just the beginning! On Christmas Eve, we feasted on a herring salad made with beetroot, pickles, onions, apples, potatoes, and eggs. Served with fresh bread or toast, it was the real star of the show.

And the grand finale? The tunnel-shaped sourdough Stollen, made with macerated fruit in rum and bone marrow instead of butter. We've got a delicious recipe for you to try, so you can keep the tradition alive and even gift a loaf to a fellow foodie.

These little rituals and traditions are what bring families together and create unforgettable memories of love, warmth, and happiness.

So, let's keep the traditions alive and continue to pass them down to future generations!

Get ready for some holiday magic with our FREE Christmas Fermentation E-Book! 

Packed with belly-pleasing secrets, even if you're not a Yuletide fan.

The Gift of Christmas

  • Simple pleasures, simple food well prepared, more time spent on people than things.
  • Homemade fermented goodies add a level of sophistication.
  • What screams an Aussie summer Christmas?
    Pavlova with fresh berries, mango and passionfruit coconut kefir yoghurt or coconut kefir whipped cream. We also share great grandma Eliza Epple's sourdough plum pudding.
  • Great Gouda! World's oldest cheese found - on mummies.
    I once read age does not matter unless you are a cheese …
  • You are not obligated to continue Christmas Traditions that leave you Broke, Overwhelmed, or Tired. xx Lynnie