This recipe of how to make farmer’s cheese will be most useful for those who have kefir grains and who actively make kefir. The recipe makes versatile, delicious soft cheese! When you have an abundance of Kefir, farmer’s cheese is one more thing you can cook up with a little effort.
There are many articles on the overuse of antibiotics (a medicine which is used to treat bacterial infections and has no effect on viral infections), however, there is still a huge part of population that does not realize the full extent of this very dangerous habit which creates nothing but more health problems. Some people are so engrossed in consuming antibiotics, which they also like to in high doses, that they find themselves trapped in an endless vicious cycle. They get sick and take antibiotics, they get sick again and take more antibiotics to deal with the sickness that simply would not go away! Not only that, following this endless antibiotics saga other side effects start coming through and some of them are quite severe varying from antibiotics resistance to developing various allergies, etc.
Guys, this recipe for Kefir is seriously easy and very delicious! Don’t let the long description scare you off. I just like to give as much information as possible regarding the process and provide some know-how regarding the peculiarities to turn this to a success for you. Kefir is a very powerful antioxidant! I make two different types of Kefir at home. One requires the usage of kefir grains, which is ideal for raw milk kefir. The other (this recipe, to be exact) only needs a kefir starter and milk. Unlike the first version, the latter is not as sour and can be used in wide array of foods. To make it a little more beneficial I also add a capsule of essential probiotics for improving your gut health and moving your bowel along. Now, isn’t that neat :D
There are many different ways for using oats in our daily lives. But one of the favorites, of course, is to utilize oats for our breakfast needs. I usually just add milk, cook oats in low heat, add butter and a little brown sugar. That’s the way my kids always enjoyed their “kasha” (porridge). While I knew I could add berries and a lot of other ingredients, what I didn’t know that I could also enjoy oats cold and soaked in plain Yogurt or in Kefir. During our trip to Jordan, I learned this nifty recipe from Nasim’s sister. This recipe includes array of ingredients like nuts, raisins, shredded coconut threads and honey to make this dish one fulfilling breakfast. If it passed my husband’s test, I can say that any oat lover will enjoy it. Not to mention that if you have all the necessary ingredients, you can toss this recipe together in less than 5 minutes.
Today in our Health section I want to introduce you to foods which naturally help you work towards having a fuller, shinier, thicker and better-looking hair. You have probably heard of many or all items on this list. But knowing how they work for our hair might take these ingredients to another level after you read this article.