This is my go-to daily salad dressing recipe. It’s packed with gut-loving ingredients, high in healthy fats to keep you fuller for longer, and features the king and the queen all in one hit: Probiotic Turmeric.
Make a big batch and store in your fridge – seriously – because it contains all these delicious gut and skin loving ingredients:
|Apple Cider Vinegar
- Alkalising effect on the body
- Can help flush toxins from the body
- Helps break down fats
High in good monounsaturated fat to stablize blood sugar levels, also to help lower cholesterol.
- Source of Vitamin A, iron and protein
- Potent superfood!
- Rich in healthy monounsaturated fats
- Lots of antioxidants
- Packed with living probiotics
- More bioavailable to the body when fermented, so you get more of the benefits of the turmeric
- The active compound called curcumin can help fight disease and has an anti-inflammatory effect
- The absorption of turmeric is increased when paired with black pepper
It’s my dead-easy probiotic turmeric salad dressing.
I make a big batch of this and store in the fridge for around 2 weeks. Perfect with winter greens, it will give your tummy some loving and help boost your immunity.
In fact, fermented turmeric is so important to our health, that I even found a way to squeeze it into the Imbibe Water Kefir range!
I like to think about feeding my gut and the good bacteria who love living there with so much colour (like this salad).
Since I’ve started eating this way, this is what’s happened:
- I feel more vibrant
- Bowels are decidedly happy (!!)
- I have joy when I eat so many colours
- My skin on my face is plumper, happier
- I get sick less often
- I don’t feel hungry all the time, because I’m eating healthy fats.
Here’s the recipe:
IMMUNE BOOSTING PROBIOTIC SALAD DRESSING
1 cup macadamia nuts
½ cup olive oil
Pinch Himalayan salt
A few cracks of black pepper
2 tsp Manuka honey
1 Tablespoon Apple Cider Vinegar
3-5 matchsticks of your fermented turmeric
Blend all ingredients together in a high-speed blender until creamy and smooth. Adjust seasoning to taste.
Place all ingredients in a container and store in the fridge for around 2 weeks.
Add a dollop to your salads as the salad dressing.
I hope you’ve loved this recipe!
For even more epic probiotic recipes, check out my book, Probiotic Drinks at Home.
This blog is based purely on my personal experience. It is not intended to be a substitute for medical advice or treatment. I am neither a medical nor health professional and I cannot guarantee that the information in this blog post is accurate, reliable or complete. If you use this information, you do so at your own risk and should consult a qualified medical or health practitioner before relying on any information contained in this blog.