Probiotic Salad Dressing
A versatile probiotic-infused salad dressing or dip.

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Probiotic Salad Dressing

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Ingredients

Adjust Servings:
Base:
1/2 cup Coconut milk kefir
1 tbsp Miso We use Miso MastercOrganic Chickpea Miso for a gluten-free and soy-free benefits. However, you can substitute your favorite brand.
2 cups Veganaise We like the Soy-Free Veganaise, but your favorite brand can be substituted.
2 tsp. Apple cider vinegar You want acv with the mother and preferably organic.
1 tbsp Balsamic vinegar Napa Valley 25 star is my favorite which is very thick and a little bit sweeter than normal. If you substitute a different brand you may need to adjust the recipe and add up to a tbsp more
1/4 tsp Himalayan pink salt
1 tsp Fresh cracked gourmet pepper blend
Ranch
2 medium Fresh garlic cloves Minced
2 tsp Dry dill weed Or substitute 1 tbsp fresh finely chopped
Taco salad
2 tsp Chili powder
1 tbsp Fresh cilantro leaves No stems. Finely chop
1 medium Fresh garlic clove Minced
Honey Bac'un
2 tsp Smoked paprika
1 tbsp Raw honey
Creamy Italin
2 tsp Italian seasoning seasoning Pizza seasoning can be substituted for a more zesty result.
2 medium Fresh garlic cloves Minced.

An easy way to enjoy your veggies!

Ingredients

  • Base:

  • Ranch

  • Taco salad

  • Honey Bac'un

  • Creamy Italin

Directions

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Awhile ago I upped the challenge from eating a single probiotic item every day to including them in practically every meal! Is it really possible to have probiotics in every bite we eat? Well, yes I think it is, and I’m very excited to share this simple dressing recipe with you today! It has made it so easy to add more probiotics into our daily meals. It pairs great with many different prebiotics making for the perfect immune-boosting combo that can assist in repopulating our guts with healing microbes. This, of course is essential for optimal health and balance. We have included different flavor formulas for more diversity and we are really interested to hear what flavors you find to work well!

Happy crEATing!

Love Liza

*Please use caution when incorporating ferments and probiotics into your diet. For more information on some of the potential risks please read this.

 

Steps

1
Done

Dissolve miso

In a small bowl add the miso and coconut milk kefir. Whisk until well combined and smooth. Make sure the miso chunks are all dissolved before continuing to step 2.

2
Done

Add remaining ingredients

Add the veganaise, vinegars, flavor additions, HP salt and pepper and whisk until well combined. Adjust flavors, salt and pepper.

3
Done

Serve or store

Serve immediately or for better flavor let sit 2 hours or overnight to infuse the flavors. The dressing may separate a little bit which is totally normal, just gently shake to mix well before serving.

LizaPtfc

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Hello Tzippy, this recipe should be fine up to two weeks in your refrigerator. It will continue to ferment, at a slow rate, which may change the flavors just a little and it may separate a bit but mixes back up quickly with a little shake or stir. Hope you enjoy the results.

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