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This one has it all! Ginger, garlic, a teeny bit of heat- just right for a pick-me-up! It's the brine of our Rad & Raw, and starts with some combination of purple, white or red daikons. We mix them up to make sure the beverage is pretty! Like all of our UpShots, this kvass is designed for your ultimate hydration. It's typically consumed in shots after a workout, as an afternoon slump pick-me-up, or to get your digestion rolling before a meal.
We also recommend using like vinegar to make a probiotic salad dressing- one part of Up Shots to two parts of olive oil and you've got an easy, yummy salad dressing.
Never the same drink twice! Remember, each batch of our vegetables are lacto-fermented, and the process is impacted by many factors, including the particular bacteria on the veggies (which will vary from farm to farm and even row to row), bacteria in the environment as it ferments, and temperature and duration of the ferment. And of course, each vegetable is unique right off the farm; Mother Nature rarely repeats herself!
Ingredients: Water, Radish, Onion, Sea Salt, Ginger, Garlic, Cabbage, Red Pepper Flakes
The Happy Pickler story began not so much in happiness, but instead with a crisis. When founder Betsy Warner’s wife, Kathleen, was diagnosed with aggressive breast cancer in 2011, Betsy was determined to do everything she could to improve her family’s health, beginning with their diet. In countless articles, over countless internet searches, “fermented food” kept showing up.