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Fermenting Almond Flour

  If the introduction of nuts or nut flour persists to be a problem for people starting the GAPS Diet, you may wish to ferment the nut flour itself. Both nuts and seeds contain phytates, phenols and oxalates etc and these can make it difficult for some people (not all) to digest...

Coconut Milk

Raw Coconut Milk Preparation: We suggest you use coconut meat from fresh young green coconuts, however there are some frozen coconut meat sources, however you need to be careful that they are from a good source without any preservatives or sweeteners added. Ingredients:   Two cups of...

Raw Coconut Yoghurt

Preparation: Sterilize all equipment in hot water (80˚C) for 1 minute. Ingredients:   1 litre raw coconut milk (see Raw Coconut Milk Recipe) Yoghurt starter (see preferences below) Fruit or honey to sweeten (optional – to be added after fermentation, not during incubation)...

Nut Yoghurt

Nut Yoghurt Preparation: Sterilize all equipment in hot water (80˚C) for 1 minute. Ingredients:   1 Litre homemade nut seed milk (see Nut Seed Milk Recipe) Yoghurt starter (see preferences below) 2 tablespoons of organic raw honey (required to feed the fermentation...

GAPS Almond Milk

GAPS Almond Milk Preparation: Preparation in making nut milk is important, especially for people who already have digestive problems and food sensitivities. Almonds (as well as most other nuts) contain toxic substances known as enzyme inhibitors and phytates (phytic acid).  These toxins...

GAPS Tea

Recommended tea for the GAPS introduction diet stages include ginger tea, camomile tea and mint tea and all three have many benefits.  Hot lemon water is another important drink highly recommended to drink first up each morning by Dr Natasha Campbell-McBride.  All GAPS tea should...