Make Your Own Non-Dairy Probiotic Foods Premium class

Kari Owens, Whole Life, Full Soul

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7 Videos (15m)
    • What Is the Gut Microbiome?

    • Probiotic Foods

    • Why Ferment & Culture?

    • Basics of Fermenting & Culturing

    • Non-Dairy Yogurt

    • Non- Dairy “Cheese”

    • Enjoy Homemade Probiotic Foods


About This Class

Explore the gut microbiome and how to gain optimal health with the help of probiotic and cultured foods. In this class join Kari Owens as she shares with you about the importance of a healthy gut microbiome with optimal nutrition. She teaches you how to make probiotic rich foods that will help establish a healthy microflora and overall health to the body.  In this she walks you through how to make your own dairy-free yogurt and "cheese", you'll walk away feeling empowered in your kitchen and with your own health. She shares her personal experience which has helped her gain back her own vitality that she continues to share over on her wellness site Whole Life, Full Soul. Let the intimidation of making your own probiotic foods be no more! It is so easy you'll be wondering why you never tried this before. No prior knowledge or experience required, kitchen equipment necessary along with ingredients, but mostly a curiosity and willingness to increase health!





Kari Owens

Whole Life, Full Soul

Kari Owens is a writer, holistic nutrition coach, speaker, and intuitive soul explorer whose perspective on life changed dramatically at the age of fifteen after being diagnosed with Ankylosing Spondylitis. She is the face behind the popular wellness website which connects people to the roots of whole food cooking and the depths of their inner most vulnerability.

Kari has worked in advocacy roles in the disability and wellness arena with University’s and the Arthritis foundation. Her infectious approach to life spreads through all of her work she’s involved in. Through working with Kari people begin to realize they can live fully from their heart’s desires instead of by definition of a disease. Kari is passionate about writing and speaking on topics concerning identity through disability, lifestyle choices and the power of vulnerability.

Her greatest loves in life are traveling, practicing yoga and being in the company of other people. You’ll likely find her playing with food in the kitchen or writing in a café in her current home city Seattle, Washington.