In Pranama we create different probiotic foods and drinks through natural fermentation.
Pranama Probiotic Foods
This is a traditional spicy Korean side dish made of fermented vegetables: napa cabbages, carrots, radish, onion, garlic, and others. Having kimchi as a side dish adds flavor and valuable probiotics, vitamins and minerals to the meal. In our Blog we have recommendations on how to add kimchi to your diet and other fun kimchi facts. We are proud to have developed a fully plant-based kimchi recipe, so our kimchi is tasty and vegan-friendly.
It’s one of the best sources of plant-based protein in the world. Tempeh comes from the Indonesian cuisine and is originally made of fermented soy beans. It can also be made with other beans. We prefer garbanzo bean tempeh and also like to experiment with local Panamanian beans, such as guandú. Enjoy some tasty tempeh recipes from our Blog.
Coming down from Eastern Europe and Germany, this tasty and juicy sour cabbage is full of beneficial bacteria that will improve your digestion. You can also use sauerkraut (or chukrut) as a side dish of your regular meals. Here we have suggestions of how to add sauerkraut to your diet.
As you probably know, vinegars have a historic variety of uses, where gastronomy is a part of them. In Pranama we like to experiment a lot with different ingredients and exotic flavors to create our own vinegars. Our recent mango cider vinegar is a great example, and make it with mangoes from our farm! In addition to it’s awesome tropical taste, it brings all of the benefits of the popular apple cider vinegar.
There is a big diversity of probiotic foods in the world. For centuries, many nations have been using fermentation techniques to preserve food for times of need. These natural fermentation processes produce probiotics and have been around us for a long time!
What are probiotics? They are live good bacteria that keep our gut healthy and help to improve the performance of our digestive system. This, in turn, has a whole set of benefits in our body, mind and spirit. Furthermore, probiotics may even prevent or aid with some diseases.
We really like to experiment with different natural fermentation techniques, flavors and ingredients. This allows us to create and offer tasty probiotic foods that will complement your diet with live cultures and many other important nutrients.
Ingredients of Pranama Probiotic Foods
We create our probiotic foods with plant-based, ethically sourced ingredients. No dairy. Some ingredients come from our permaculture farm. We create with love and mindfulness, infusing each batch with the sound energy of Tibetan bowls and positive affirmations.
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