Body Ecology Culture Starter for making Cultured vegetables, whipped butter , and sour cream contains six packets or 30 grams from Nourishing Ecology Australia
Body Ecology, Culture Starter ferments Vegetables or cream into delicious tasting probiotic foods.  It is the most economical way to maintain flora in your digestive tract. Cultured doos with enzymes are easier todigest than raw foods and have a valuable probiotic effect.
Body Ecology

Body Ecology | Culture Starter |Fermented Cultured Vegetables

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Body Ecology-Culture Starter-ferments Vegetables and Cultured Vegetables and ferments or cultures cream into probiotic foods, whipped butter, and sour cream, each pack contains six individual packets.  

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What are the benefits of culturing your favorite vegetables?
Fermenting or Culturing your vegetables enhances the nutrient value and as a side effect helps control cravings for sweet things and can be a valuable addition to any weight loss program.

What are the benefits of culturing or fermenting fresh organic cream?
The fermenting breaks down the fat in cream so it makes it easier to digest. If you are keen you can turn the cream into Microflora rich butter by whipping it.

How are Cultured Vegetables Made?
Cultured vegetables are made by shredding vegetables and packing them into an airtight container. They are then left to ferment at room temperature for several days. Friendly bacteria naturally present in the vegetables and quickly lower the pH, making a more acidic environment so the bacteria can reproduce. The vegetables become soft, delicious and even healthier.

What is the best way to keep the packages of Culture Starters?
For optimal shelf life, keep packets in the freezer frozen, once opened.

Why take Cultured vegetables?
They may help take away cravings for sweets, soft drinks, bread, pasta, dairy, fruit and other expansive foods.

Have Cultured foods been an integral part of the healthiest of diets?
For thousands of years and essential to a long, healthy life, allowing anyone who takes fermented foods to give birth to a lavish inner ecosystem, supporting digestion. 

Why Lactobacillus Plantarum?
Research suggests that it may help gut dysbiosis, like IBS, Crohn's Disease, and Colitis.

What is the Suggested Usage of Culture Starter? ?
Each box contains 6 packets which can be used to make cultured vegetables, cultured whipped butter, and creme fraiche. See more here.

What are Culture Starter pacts comprised? ?
Powder

How much Culture would you expect from a packet of Culture Starter. ?
One Packet should make between 4 and 6 litres. And with 6separate packet, you could expect to make 24 to 36 litres

Is this Culture Starter Soy Free? ?
Yes

Is this Culture Starter Non- GMO?
Yes

Is this Culture Starter Gluten Free?
Yes

Is this Culture Starter Vegetarian?
Yes

Dietary suitability?
Non-GMO, Soy-Free, Gluten-Free, Vegetarian, Kosher

What may be the Health Interests? ?
Probiotics, Gut Support, Cellular Support, Fermented Drink

What is the Body Ecology System designed to do?

The body ecology system of health and healing was developed to focus on the critical need to restore balance to you in the ecosystem in order to regain your health and rebuild your immunity.

What is the Suggested Usage of Culture Starter?

Each box contains 6 packets which can be used to make cultured vegetables, cultured whipped butter, and creme fraiche. See more here.

Download instruction on Body Ecology - Culture Starter?
PDOWNLOAD INSTRUCTIONS PDF

What beneficial bacteria are contained in Cultured Vegetable Starter?

  • Lb. Plantarum, Pediococcus acidolactici, Leu. cremoris, inulin


What is an easy recipe for a beginner of Cultured Vegetables?

What Ingredients are needed for a beginner Culture or Ferment?

  • 3 heads green cabbage, shredded in a food processor
  • Several cabbage leaves
  • 6 carrots, large shredded in a food processor
  • About 8 cm piece ginger, peeled and chopped
  • 6 cloves garlic, peeled and chopped
  • 1 packet of Body Ecology® Veggie Culture Starter
  • ½ cup warm (90°) water
  • Follow recipe from her on out...

 

Do you have some Customer Reviews of Body Ecology  Culture Starter?

Margaret R Bessesen - Verified Buyer
Reviewed: Veggie Culture Starter
Was thrilled with the results of fermented beets to which I added 1 capsule EcoPhage. Cleaned me out, have forwarded your info re starter Kefir and Cultured Veggies to family and a friend. Great product.
Margaret R Bessesen - Verified Buyer
Reviewed: Veggie Culture Starter
Was thrilled with the results of fermented beets to which I added 1 capsule EcoPhage. Cleaned me out, have forwarded your info re starter Kefir and Cultured Veggies to family and a friend. Great product.
Fernanda Cameron-Coats - Verified Buyer
Reviewed: Veggie Culture Starter
Awesome! Love it

Reviewed Veggie Culture Starter
We really are enjoying our Veggie Culture Starter! We wouldn’t culture our veggies without it. Usually, we do sauerkraut, but we cultured some beets this time too! It makes it easy to have successfully fermented vegetables. We recommend this product!

Susanne Nyberg | Verified Buyer
Reviewed: Veggie Culture Starter
The veggie starter culture made some very tasty sauerkraut. I used a package of BE probiotics, red and green cabbage, and a little salt and let it sit on my counter for a week. Delicious!! Susanne in AZ




 

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