How To Make Natural Ginger Ale

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How To Make Natural Ginger Ale
How To Make Natural Ginger Ale. Image – (with permission)

We just found an awesome tutorial for how to make your own natural ginger ale! The link follows after our introduction to the topic.

If you’re sick of the modern generation of unhealthy junk sodas then this could be a perfect beverage for you! We all want beverages that have great taste, but wouldn’t it be great if we could get that without short-changing ourselves when it comes to our health and nutrition? Ingredients like High Fructose Corn Syrup or aspartame are deal-breakers for me. If those things are in there, I won’t touch it. End of story. 😉

What’s great about this recipe we have found is not only that it contains real ginger (see this page for our full tutorial on the health benefits of ginger) – well known for its numerous health benefits – but it is naturally fermented, which makes it naturally fizzy! The drink contains natural probiotics and enzymes that are widely regarded to have a beneficial effect on the digestive system.

Fermented drinks and foods have been utilized since ancient times on account of their health benefits. This formula uses a short-brew method so that it does not become alcoholic.

One note – you have to be careful to follow the instructions properly. As with making other fermented drinks such as Jun (an old Tibetan Fermented Tea drink), you can create too much pressure, enough to burst the bottles if you do it wrong!

Another note that caught my eye from the comments on the original page – although the recipe calls for some sugar, note that the fermentation process will transform much of this. One person advised not to substitute with honey (it is a commonly held position that due to being antimicrobial it interferes with the fermentation) or stevia.

Ok here’s the link to the full tutorial:

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  • By ProBrewer, April 15, 2014 @ 3:10 am

    The comment about not being able to use honey is wrong
    It’s a fairly common misconception because honey doesn’t have sufficient nutrients for wild yeast to grow and cope with all the sugar
    However this recipe seems to have plenty of nutrients
    If you’re not certain you can add a little di-ammonium phosphate as food for the wild yeasts

  • By Pamela, May 8, 2014 @ 12:49 pm

    I believe to concept of not using honey would be because of it’s antibacterial nature. Since fermenting drinks uses wild bacteria it wouldn’t be wise to use honey and would sabatage the process.

  • By Jagdish, May 9, 2014 @ 1:27 pm

    Ayuvedic, harbal , Home remedies and how to make natural products for good health.

  • By Lynne Russo, May 9, 2014 @ 2:03 pm

    How do u make ginger and also other herbal remadies

  • By Frederica Huxley, June 3, 2014 @ 10:37 pm

    Isn’t mead fermented honey? I can’t see why you couldn’t use honey for other ferments!

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  • By Tina, February 15, 2015 @ 6:09 am

    I think honey is able to ferment just fine. The beverage Mead, one of humanity’s earliest fermented beverages, is made by fermenting honey. A few of my friends are into making fine Meads as a hobby. Quite a fascinating process too.

  • By Georgia Ann Adkins, May 28, 2017 @ 9:31 am

    I love all thing natural

  • By Cinda, April 11, 2019 @ 3:19 pm

    Is there any known natural cures/help for diabetic ulcers?

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