We brew our kombucha in small batches using filtered rainwater, organic tea and organic raw sugar, and flavour them using wholefood ingredients. We don't use force carbonation, relying instead on the natural process of bottle conditioning to develop the sparkle.
Our current flavours are:
spiced kola nut (old school cola)
All wild fermented - that means we don't add starter cultures, instead we nurture the relationship between the cabbage and the lacto-bacteria that is present in the soil and on the cabbage leaves specific to the region, season and conditions the cabbage was grown. It's a magical and fail safe process that we encourage you to try at home!
Our range of fermented vegetables includes:
Happykraut (pink) - green and red cabbage with cracked pepper
Happykraut fennel & dill - green cabbage with fennel & dill
Kimchi (red) - wombok cabbage and shallots, chilli ginger, garlic and shrimp. Sharp flavour with big mouth feel and a spicy kick
White Kimchi - softer rounder flavour, pine nuts shiitake, kelp and tamari, no chilli
Some of our recent 'seasonal' lacto-ferments include:
Cucumber dill pickles
We love seasonal abundance and encourage backyard and local farmers to approach us with excess produce. See our grow for us page!
When jarring our fermented veggies we often have some of the brine leftover which we strain off and bottle as a valuable probiotic gut tonic.
Have gut shots daily or splash over your roasted veggies or salad.
sprouts (markets only)
We grow all our sprouts using filtered rain water and you can eat our sprouts straight from the container - no need to wash them and they should stay happy for a couple of weeks or more in fridge. Although we grow our sprouts organically using organic seed, we've opted out of the organic certification process since we only distribute locally at the markets.
The varieties we sell are: alfalfa, broccoli, red clover, radish, chickpeas, mung beans, lentils, fenugreek & adzuki beans.
If you'd like to sprout your own we can sell you some equipment at the stall (hemp bag or jar) and recommend getting seeds from eden seeds - they're guaranteed to sprout and delivered to your door.