PROBIOTIC - LIVE CULTURE WHEY - 1 QUART (32oz)
99% of Lactose / Dairy has been removed - this is the Real Live Whey that is reserved when we make our Probiotic Live Cheeses.
---> You can Choose the type of Whey from the Drop Down Menu when ordering.
Your Quart will arrive in a frozen state -
you can refreeze it --- or keep in your chiller for up to 6 weeks.
HOW TO USE WHEY:
Personally - I use it in my drinking water glass - totally helps my gut, and the protien is a bonus!
STARTER CULTURE FOR FERMENETED FOODS
Whey is a natural food preservative. You can use a small amount of whey as a culture starter to lacto-ferment vegetables, sauces, chutneys and jams. Add a tablespoon or two to a new ferment to get it bubbling with good bacteria.
SOAK GRAINS, NUT & SEEDS
If you are soaking whole grains, legumes or nuts & seeds in order to reduce the anti-nutrients then you might want to consider adding a bit of whey to the water. The beneficial bacteria and acidity of whey helps to break them down, so they are easier to digest.
Give your breakfast a protein and enzyme boost by substituting milk or water for whey when soaking chia, flax or oats. Why not pour it straight onto your cereal? These recipes would be perfect for soaking up a little left-over whey. Vanilla chia pudding with banana nice-cream and Paleo orange and anti-oxidant berry bircher muesli.
Substitute the water or milk content in your baking with whey. It’s perfect in gluten free and grain free baking as well as traditional wheat flour baking. Note, the probiotic, live bacteria will not survive during cooking, but the vitamins, minerals and proteins will. Whey will also help improve the texture and alter the taste. Leave the batter to sit and make your own sour dough blender bread or pizza bases.
Try replacing whey in our black bean tacos, grain-free focaccia bread, gluten-free red lentil wraps or quinoa pizza bases.
SMOOTHIES & SMOOTHIE BOWLS
Because whey is packed with nutrients and naturally high in protein it’s an ideal liquid replacement in smoothies and shakes. Add a little whey to our high fibre, gut loving green smoothie, pitaya (dragon fruit) smoothie bowl or tropical anti-inflammatory smoothie bowl.
FERMENTED DIPS, DRESSINGS, SAUCES & MAYONAISE
Make fresh, lively food. Whey can be an unnoticeable ingredient added to salad dressings and sauces. Be sure to download our yogurt handbook for recipes such as lacto-fermented mayonnaise, Mediterranean herb salad dressing, and cultured creamy ranch dressing.