Thursday, 6 October 2016

Probiotic Tzatziki Coleslaw with cream cheese to heal your gut bacteria! Absolutely Delish!

Made from fermented cream cheese with a scoby to boost probiotics! Loaded full of homemade probiotics to replenish your gut bacteria! Heal your gut and who knows.. you might even heal your allergies! This is how I bypass my dairy allergy – Just a few mouthfuls and I’m able to eat any meal that contains unfermented dairy!😉

Total Weight of Recipe: 1,471 g      Total Calories: 2,622
Calories in Homemade Cream Cheese: 1.5 per gram

Use this food processor blade to shred your cabbage for your salads and use the grater or chopper blade below for your carrots but never use the grater blade for your cabbage – It does NOT work.

Notes:
The fresher your cream cheese the less tart it will be. If it has been in your fridge a few days it would’ve developed more tartness and thus no need to add lemon juice.
A handful of chopped raisins are always lovely added to coleslaw. However I no longer add them, due to the fact they have been sprayed by toxic chemicals which in my case causes adverse reactions. I believe these poisons to be the reason our gut bacteria is dying off and we are developing allergies. See Dr Stephanie Seneff.


There are 2 ways to shred your cabbage other than the hand method.



1. Using your food processor metal shredder blade on. Cut your pieces of cabbage just the right sizes the fit through the feed tube.
2. By fitting your metal chopping blade on and giving few very quick whizzes



Ingredients:
3 garlic cloves, crushed in salad bowl
336 g cabbage, washed and drained
110 g carrots (2 medium), peeled weight
486 g cream cheese, homemade or bought
34 g homemade or Coleman’s German or hot English mustard
squeeze lemon juice, to taste (optional)
Sprinkling celery seeds (optional)


 
Method:
Chop, wash and drain your cabbage.
Chop your cabbage into pieces and weigh them until you have the correct weight.
Wash, peel, chop and weigh your carrots.
Into salad bowl and crush your garlic cloves together with a little salt to prevent it from slipping -or- you may add them whole into the bottom of your food processor bowl before adding your carrots.
To a food processor bowl add your whole garlic cloves, whole if not crushing by hand, followed by your chopped carrots. Close lid and process until almost chopped to desired size.
Add a few pieces of your cabbage being very little at a time and chop or give it a very quick whizz. Not too long – just a few seconds or you will really make a mush of it. If you don’t want your cabbage shredded too fine, then use your food processor shredder blade and your chopping blade to prepare your carrots.
Add balance of ingredients and blend all together well.
Refrigerate to chill until ready to serve. – Enjoy!



This is my own probiotic homemade cream cheese and hot English Mustard I have added here which are to Die for! Really takes the Coleslaw to another level. In the above picture I used the processor's grater blade attachment to grate my carrots.



You may use this attachment to grate your carrots or for grating cheese but never for your cabbage but it does a wonderful job of grating cheese - It does NOT work for shredding cabbage.







Still to add my hot English Mustard which I will be doing soon as I am still busy uploading my recipes to this site. The others are all here if you enter their names in the little search box.

See how to shred cabbage in a food processor – Click here. 







Be careful if using the chopper blade. Do not put too much in at a time. Only a little at a time as you see I have done in my pix starting with the carrots first and chopping them down to almost the correct sizes before adding your pieces of hand chopped cabbage.
Lovely in pita or on buns with crispy grilled chicken thighs. And you can use as much mustard as you want. I gives it a real good flavor!








You may grate your carrots if you wish by hand or using the grater blade that comes with your food processor.
This is my own probiotic homemade cream cheese and hot English Mustard I have added here which are to Die for! Really takes the Coleslaw to another level. In the above picture I used the processor’s grater blade attachment to grate my carrots.
You may use this attachment to grate your carrots or for grating cheese but never for your cabbage but it does a wonderful job of grating cheese – It does NOT work for shredding cabbage.
Vetkoek (fried bread) with Kofta meatballs and my Probiotic Tzatziki Style Coleslaw – Delish!
Still to add my hot English Mustard which I will be doing soon as I am still busy uploading my recipes to this site. The others are all here if you enter their names in the little search box.