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Remedy Mango Passion Pina Coladas

If you like Pina Coladas and getting caught in the rain, then this cocktail is for you! Juicy, creamy and delicious - this recipe will definitely hit the spot this summer! This recipe is an extract from Sofia Van Kempen and Shan Cooper from My Food Religion's new eBook 'Crap Free Christmas'. Photography by the team at Raspberry Creative.


Remedy Mango Passion Pina Coladas

Serves 2

Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 cups frozen pineapple
  • 1/4 cup frozen coconut chunks
  • 1/2 cup coconut milk or cream
  • 1/2 cup Remedy Mango Passion Kombucha
  • 2 shots white rum (optional)
  • 1 lime, juiced
  • Handful of mint (optional)
  • Ice


Method

Add all ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth and creamy. Serve immediately.

 

Notes

To make this drink look even fancier, rub the rim of the glasses with lime juice and dip in sea salt or desiccated coconut. 

 


Meet our newest Rem-fam member, Sam Wood!

We're stoked to share Sam has joined the Remedy team as an official Remedy Ambassador. Sam shot to fame starring as the Aussie Bachelor in 2015 (SNEZ for the win)! He's now kept pretty darn busy as the founder to 28 by Sam Wood, Australia's fastest-growing online training and nutrition program, being a proud dotin' dad and a total all-round LEGEND.

Most importantly… he's BIG on telling sugar to get FRUCT which is exactly the kinda energy we're about. Sam's been recommending Remedy Kombucha at 28 for YONKS thanks to our tasty range of live cultured bevvies containing NO sugar, naturally. Whatttttta human.

To say we're mighty proud to be partnering with Sam to help inspire more Aussies to drink better is an understatement. As we approach summer after one HECTIC year, we're stoked for the KING of health and fitness is here to help us kick our COVID comfort eating and drinking to the curb and make better choices every day.

Thank us later for seeing more of his cheers-worthy face around town. Mic drop.

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How to ferment at home like a pro

Whatttta year!#@?! While it's been a toughy, one positive to come out of the big 'C' is that we've all been gathering around our kitchen counters more than ever fermenting up a storm (HELLO sourdough).

To celebrate all this culinary bravado, we've collaborated with our mates at I Quit Sugar to share our all-time Ferment Faves! 

From kombucha makin' to pickling a Remedy rainbow of veg, each recipe is an ABSOLUTE party-in-your-mouth cracker. 

The best bit is that whether you're a fully-fledged ferment genius or an absolute NEWBIE, it doesn't matter! You'll enjoy these utterly calming to make recipes all the same in this 2020 craze. PLUS ferments are theeee BEST homemade gift ever, so be sure to drop off a jar full of goodness to all your nearest and dearest to try (Chrissy gift-giving sorted).

Ferment Fave Recipes:

Kombucha sourdough

Sweet & spicy fermented hot sauce

Kombucha pickled veg

How to brew your own kombucha

Fun Fact: The first batch of the Remedy Kombucha you know and love was created on our Founders kitchen bench in a small jar in Melbourne almost 15 years ago! From little jars, big things can grow! 

Kombucha Pickled Veg

Kombucha Pickled Veg

Makes: 1 x 500g jar

Prep time: 15 minutes

Cooking time: NA

 

2 medium red onions (or 3 cups of any thinly sliced vegetable…cucumber,, radish, carrot etc)

1 cup apple cider vinegar

½  teaspoon black peppercorns

¼  teaspoon mustard seeds

½  teaspoon sea salt

1 teaspoon rice malt syrup (optional)

1 cup Remedy Kombucha, flavour of your choice!

 

1. Add the apple cider vinegar, sea salt and rice malt syrup to a small saucepan over medium heat, bringing to a simmer. Stir through until salt has dissolved. Remove from the heat and add in the vegetables, black peppercorns and mustard seeds. Toss all together and allow to cool.

2. Once cooled, stir through the kombucha and transfer to jars, packing the onions (or other vegetable) into the jar tightly. Allow to rest for 1 hour, then transfer to the fridge to store.