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Raspberry Soda- when made at home using age-old methods like fermentation, you can make soda at home that is actually good for you. No joke.

How to Make Fermented Raspberry Soda (that's loaded with probiotics) | Nourished Kitchen

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Naturally effervescent and vibrant with the flavor of fresh raspberries and ginger, this homemade soft drink is full of probiotics, too.

Old Fashioned Root Beer Recipe Nourishing and healthy Homemade Root Beer

Healthy Root Beer Recipe | Wellness Mama

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39 reviews
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A simple and nourishing fermented homemade root beer (non-alcoholic) with herbs and beneficial cultures.

Ginger peach soda

Homemade Ginger Peach Soda - This Mess is Ours

Enjoy the last few weeks of summer with a delicious, refreshing ginger peach soda!

How to Make Ginger Beer - a naturally fermented, carbonated beverage, made with fresh ginger and packed with beneficial probiotics and enzymes - Modern Hippie Housewife

How to Make Ginger Beer — Modern Hippie Health & Wellness

Check our how to make ginger beer that's packed with probiotics and enzymes in this easy to follow, step-by-step recipe!

How to Make Rhubarb & Honey Soda:

How to Make Rhubarb Soda (It's naturally probiotic!)

How to Make Rhubarb & Honey Soda:

Cream Soda (uses ginger bug)

Cream Soda

Next up in our fermented soda series is a delicious cream soda! If you like vanilla, you will adore this soda. It's full of rich fresh vanilla which, in my mind, automatically makes it taste creamy. You will need: 4-6 whole vanilla beans 1 1/2 cups sugar of your choice 1 Tablespoon lemon or lime zest 1 gallon filtered water 1 1/2 cups ginger bug Directions: 1. Snip the vanilla beans into a few pieces. 2. Place the beans, sugar, and half of the water (2 quarts) in a large pot. Pour the other…

Old Fashioned Root Beer Recipe- Nourishing and healthy

Healthy Root Beer Recipe | Wellness Mama

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39 reviews
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A simple and nourishing fermented homemade root beer (non-alcoholic) with herbs and beneficial cultures.