If you’re introducing probiotic-rich foods to your diet, these kimchi pancakes are a great place to start.
Last week we shared with you how to make your own kimchi, the traditional fermented Korean side dish made of vegetables with a variety of seasonings.
Kimchi is an incredible fermented food that can help to restore the correct balance of bacteria by feeding the good bacteria.
Kimchi is an incredible fermented food that can help to restore the correct balance of bacteria by feeding the good bacteria. The other benefit of consuming fermented foods is over time your sugar cravings decrease as you starve out the bad bacteria which feed on sugar and refined grains and carbohydrates.
Kimchi can be very versatile in the kitchen to spice up all sorts of dishes from salads to tacos and even pancakes.
The quality of vegetables in fermented foods has changed because of the soil they are grown in. This means the overall quality of the strains of probiotic foods have changed as well. To learn more about your gut health sign up for a FREE 15 minute consultation with one of our incredible BePure Holistic Health Consultants.
Mix kimchi and egg together, add dry ingredients, mix well.
Heat 1/2 tsp coconut oil, spoon the batter onto a hot pan and flatten.
Cook until bubbles start to form in the batter, then flip. Cook for another few minutes until golden brown.
Top with whatever you like. Some of my favourites are grated beetroot, leafy greens, nuts and seeds, coconut yoghurt dressing
* Note: change, add or omit spices to suit your taste.
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