Coconut Water Kefir and Mango Smoothies

 

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Freeze the mango in an airtight container until frozen solid, at least 24 hours. Combine the sugar and 1/4 cup (59ml) boiling water and stir to dissolve. Pour into a clean glass jar or plastic container. Add the coconut water and stir to combine.

Add the activated kefir grains, cover jar or container with cheesecloth or a thin towel and secure with a rubber band. Add 4 cups of pure coconut water to your brewing jar and stir in 1/4 cup Happy Gut water kefir grains. Place in a warm spot for 24 hours.

The water kefir grains will eat up all of the natural sugars in the coconut water and produce a live probiotic, electrolyte rich, low sugar drink that can be added to smoothies. INSTRUCTION. Blend a can of coconut milk with 1 cup frozen pineapple, ½ cup frozen mango and ¼ cup shredded coconut. To sweeten, blend in 1 or 2 pitted dried dates or honey to taste. —Gunjan Dudani, Bellevue, WA.

Mango Recipes. Mango Coconut Water Smoothie {can use frozen mango} – This simple, light smoothie is one of my favorites. It’s great for hot weather, using super-hydrating coconut water.

Soba Noodles with Eggplant and Mango {Vegetarian} – one of my favorite lunch or brunch recipes, these noodles are loaded with healthy ingredients. They. All these facts aside, coconut water is probably my favourite liquid to use in smoothies because of the extra added sweetness and spot-on texture. Again, make sure you pick up the unsweetened and unflavoured variety. Our choice goes to the Vita Coco organic coconut water on Amazon.

Goes best with: Easy Greens 2. Coconut milk. Open up a probiotic capsule, add to the coconut water, then add the ginger. Using a non-metal spoon, stir in the probiotics. Cover the jar with a piece of muslin and a rubber band.

Place in the pantry, or on the counter, in a dark spot for 24–48 hours and let it ferment. Mango-Coconut Green Smoothie 1 Mango, banana and kale are blended with coconut water and protein-rich cottage cheese in this delicious smoothie recipe. Flaxseed gives this smoothie a boost of healthy omega-3 fats. coconut water. YOU GUT THIS™.

Experience a true living food that supports your body’s inner-ēcology. View Products @innereco. Frozen Probiotic Smoothie Snacks. Feed your family’s inner-ēcology with our hand-crafted, dairy-free, frozen smoothie snacks! view products. 100% Frozen Unsweetened Coconut.

Puréed frozen coconut packs. The Best Healthy Coconut Water Smoothie Recipes on Yummly | Tropical Smoothie (pineapple, Papaya, Coconut, Lime Smoothie), Lime Avocado Banana Kale Smoothie, Energising Smoothie With Kiss Ass Vegan Smoothie Mix [vegan] coconut water, blood orange, kefir, herbs, agave syrup and 2 more. Dragonfruit Smoothie Seasonal Cravings. frozen mango. Add the hydrated kefir grains to the sweetened coconut water. Cover the jar with a plastic lid, cloth cover secured with a rubber band, or fermentation cap.

Let sit in a warm place (70-78°F) for 24-48 hours to ferment. If.

List of related literature:

Smoothies are the easiest way to enjoy kefir — just mix it with berries and blend.

“Living Gluten-Free For Dummies” by Danna Korn
from Living Gluten-Free For Dummies
by Danna Korn
Wiley, 2011

Our probiotic liquids and young coconut kefir always enhance any juice recipe.

“The Body Ecology Diet: Recovering Your Health and Rebuilding Your Immunity” by Donna Gates, Linda Schatz
from The Body Ecology Diet: Recovering Your Health and Rebuilding Your Immunity
by Donna Gates, Linda Schatz
Hay House, 2011

Yogurts, smoothies, and a plethora of flavors may be created using kefir.

“Essentials of Food Science” by Vickie A. Vaclavik, Elizabeth W. Christian
from Essentials of Food Science
by Vickie A. Vaclavik, Elizabeth W. Christian
Springer New York, 2013

Kefir can be puréed with fresh fruit to make a smoothie.

“Fermentation for Beginners: The Step-by-Step Guide to Fermentation and Probiotic Foods” by Drakes Press
from Fermentation for Beginners: The Step-by-Step Guide to Fermentation and Probiotic Foods
by Drakes Press
Callisto Media Incorporated, 2013

Will the kefir work on its own?

“The Kefir Solution: Natural Healing for IBS, Depression and Anxiety” by Shann Jones
from The Kefir Solution: Natural Healing for IBS, Depression and Anxiety
by Shann Jones
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Kefir can be used as a swap for milk or yogurt—I use it for overnight oats and in smoothies.

“Joy's Simple Food Remedies: Tasty Cures for Whatever's Ailing You” by Joy Bauer, M.S., R.D.N., C.D.N.
from Joy’s Simple Food Remedies: Tasty Cures for Whatever’s Ailing You
by Joy Bauer, M.S., R.D.N., C.D.N.
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Make sure your kefir whey is fresh or it won’t culture properly.

“Cultured Food for Life” by Donna Schwenk
from Cultured Food for Life
by Donna Schwenk
Hay House, 2013

An easy way to get this healthy combo into your daily routine is to simply blend one tablespoon of cold-pressed virgin flaxseed oil into your daily kefir smoothie (see the smoothie recipes in habit #1).

“The Good Skin Solution: Natural Healing for Eczema, Psoriasis, Rosacea and Acne” by Shann Jones
from The Good Skin Solution: Natural Healing for Eczema, Psoriasis, Rosacea and Acne
by Shann Jones
Hay House, 2017

Coconut & Apricot Smoothie 250g (8oz) fresh apricots 1­cup coconut milk (fresh or tinned) 4­6 strawberries or raspberries or blackberries ­ fresh or frozen Remove stones from apricots, wash and process through juicer and place in a blender with coconut milk and berries.

“Raw Juices Can Save Your Life: An A-Z Guide” by Sandra Cabot MD
from Raw Juices Can Save Your Life: An A-Z Guide
by Sandra Cabot MD
SCB International,

Both yogurt and kefir are made by putting bacterial colonies back into milk.

“The Dental Diet: The Surprising Link between Your Teeth, Real Food, and Life-Changing Natural Health” by Steven Lin
from The Dental Diet: The Surprising Link between Your Teeth, Real Food, and Life-Changing Natural Health
by Steven Lin
Hay House, 2018

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  • Hi Becky, thank you for all you helpful information! I am going to start this process. We saw Dr. Nik and have begun all the testing. Just received the nose spray and b12 injections. Starting tomorrow.

  • questions to ask: 1) can I eat some of the water kefir grains? I heard if i m not wrong u can eat the milk kefir grains, not sure about the water ones if u have them multiply and get bigger, can I eat some? 2) can I use coconut sugar or cane sugar instead of brown sugar? thanks

  • Stumbled upon your channel when I watched this video.
    One of the best YouTube channels out there! Love the variety of delicious things to eat and drink! I’m a new subscriber and look forward to binge watching your videos.

  • I haven’t tried it with kefir grains, but you can start with fermented fruit water in the 1st step. E.g., raisins works great, but other dried or fresh fruits work too. I’ve tried it with sliced fresh pear. Once you have the fermented water, just do the 2nd fermentation (bottling with fruit juices etc) the same way Josh did here. No (commercial) yeast is needed.

  • “Kefir” is pronounced with e like in the word “bed”, and with an accent on the “i” and with hard “k” and “r”
    in case if you’re wondering ����

  • Save the money for the number of days it takes to make this successful homemade soda….. And just buy a soda maker. Unless you’re not as passionate as he is for cooking

  • I see that you used a metal strainer. We make Kefir with milk and we have always heard that you should never use a metal because it reacts with the grains. Does this not apply with water kefir grains?

  • Does this fermentation also give the drink any alcohol content? Need to know before sharing any with the younger or non-drinking family.

  • Idea: to avoid massive mess with an exploded bottle, put the bottle in a tall container so if it does explode it won’t make as big of a mess.

  • Questions: Is there any alcohol content? Could you do the same thing with your ginger bud? Which type (kefir or ginger bud) is healthier? Thanks for the inspiration.

  • From this homemade soda, is there any chance there is alcohol in it from the fermentation? My concern is for someone who can’t consume alcohol.

  • I’m a programmer, so I look for tutorials about these very obscure things. That means, there’s not very good tutorials since there aren’t a lot of creative people making them.

    This tutorial wasn’t made by a programmer. Great Video!!

  • Just so you guys know if you dont have spring water or means of purifying tap water you can leave regular tap out for a couple hours and the fluoride should evaporate

  • Great tutorial. Much appreciated. I would just add that if your grains come dehydrated then you would need to activate them in sugar water first.

  • I was told not to use a metal strainer or spoon & to sterilise everything. Is that not important? Also I was told to only put in sealed bottles in the fridge to slow it down so it wouldn’t explode

  • hello! in Thailand where can we buy from sweetened condensed coconut milk? we cant find anywhere (lotus tesco Makro 7 eleven!) where can be find it? thank you so much for your kindly answer! Orsi

  • Hey question for the room I’m a Amatuer fermenter.

    I thought you leave the bottle closed when your carbonating the liquid but he said to burp them. Are their anyone drawbacks to burping them

  • Don’t forget to add dry fruits to the water kefir in the first step of fermentation. The culture needs the nitrogen contained in the fruits to sustain itself. But make sure that the fruit contains no sulfites for preservation.

  • Dont usually comment on youtube page, but my ginger honey lemon exploded on me today (leaving mini glass shrapnel all over my kitchen ��)
    note: to someone in a hotter climate like mine think its better to burp more than once a day.. taste really good though

    Thumbs up Joshua!! ��

  • This is interesting too, but I’m having fun with the ginger bug! haha! I just put different stuff (like fruit tea or lemon zest) in the pot instead of ginger. That tastes amazing too!!!!!

    (and since you mentioned it in this video, I care to say I tried to put ginger bug into grape juice and explosion happened. I think grape is not good with other fermenting stuff. Too much power. XD)

  • How much do you need to drink for it to help with candida overgrowth? And do you have to drink it every day for a long period of time?