“Smoky” Pumpkin Seed Cheeze
Gluten-Grain-Dairy-Sugar Free….Vegan Paleo Keto
This Cheeze is FANTASTIC for those wanting a “HEALTHY” non-dairy/soy/starch based pate!
Made with “real-food” and “zero” starch or binders!
It spreads beautifully on “anything” and can be used as a “non-dairy” grated cheeze substitute on your favourite pizza!
This is a cheeze free from nuts but it is produced in a facility that uses them!
Green Banana Bagel!
Gluten-Grain-Dairy-Sugar-Yeast Free….Vegan Paleo
What??? This is soooo good!
Seriously Everyone….a Grain-Free Sourdough Bagel!
Low in resistant starch, high in fiber!
Lower in calories than nut based loaves! Amazing!!!
High in magnesium, potassium, vitamin E and fiber and….it does not taste like banana!
HOW FERMENTATION LOWERS THE CARB COUNT OF FOODS
I have always been a LOVER and BELIEVER of Sourdough….and to now create Gluten-Free and Grain-Free loaves is amazing! Here is a brief but important explantion of the process!
One of the beauties of the fermentation process is that it actually lowers the carbohydrate count of the food you are fermenting.
Fermentation occurs when bacteria feasts off of the carbohydrates found in a food. In making kombucha that food is the sugar. In making sourdough bread that food is the flour or non-grain flour. In making sauerkraut that food is the carbohydrates in the cabbage. In making yogurt that food is the lactose naturally occurring in milk.
In fermentation, the sugars and starches are eaten up by the bacteria cultures, and converted to lactic acid, carbon dioxide, and more bacteria. So, by definition, fermentation is a process one could use to lower the dietary carbohydrate levels found in various foods.
It is difficult to know the exact carbohydrate count of a fermented food, but there is one principle to keep in mind if you are concerned about the carbohydrates in your fermented foods:
The longer the fermentation time, the more carbohydrates eaten up by the organisms, the more sour the ferment, the lower the dietary carbohydrate count.
So by controlling the culturing, you control the carbohydrates found in fermented foods and in this way you can eat low-carb and enjoy many fermented foods.
Delish Kitch Sourdough has a 24 hour fermentation process….bye bye “carbs”….hello “nutrient dense, easy to digest, OMG this tastes fantastic” bread”!