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Watermelon salad with mint and water kefir – Double hydropower brings twice the refreshment

Hello my dear water kefir fans,

in the great weather, what is ahead of us, I was inspired today by cheeky fruits. This water kefir recipe is just right for hot days.

Hardly any other fruit reminds me so much of summer, like the watermelon. For me they emit southern flair, so I feel almost like on vacation. If you feel like having more holiday feeling even before the holidays, you should definitely try this delicious watermelon recipe from my blog: watermelon  citrus water kefir drink

For this very simple water kefir recipe you need these ingredients:

  • 250 g Natural Tofu
  • 2 Spring onions
  • 100 g Olives (pitted)
  • ¼ tsp Himalaya rock salt* (your can order your organic Rock Salt here*)
  • 3 pinches Pepper
  • 3 tbsp Olive oil
  • 25 ml your own organic water kefir* (you can order the starter complete set here*)
  • ¾ Watermelon
  • a handfull of mint leafs

May you want water fermenting yourself at home? Then I have here a detailed guide with all the important information and many valuable tips for you.
The matching accessories can be found in our complete set, which contains not only the finished organic kefir drink as a batch liquid including Japane crystals (also called kefir crystals or kefir mushrooms), but also a practical fermentation vessel with the associated lid for fermentation. In addition, the equipment still contains strainers, funnels, organic figs, organic raw cane sugar u.v.m. You can easily order the complete set here* online.

If you have the ingredients, we can start immediately:

  1. Put the natural tofu in a large salad bowl and crush with the fork.
  2. Wash the spring onion and cut into small pieces and add to the bowl of tofu.
  3. Add the olives to the salad bowl with salt, pepper, olive oil and your organic water kefir.
  4. Wash the mint, remove the mint leaves from the stem and divide into coarse pieces (also by hand) and then add to the other ingredients.
  5. Split the watermelon in the middle and slice it so that you can cut off the edge well. Then cut the melon into bite-sized pieces / cubes and place in the bowl.
  6. Mix everything well and you’re done.

Watermelon salad with mint and water kefir

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Serves: 4 (Beilage / side dish) Cooking Time: 15 Min.

Ingredients

  • 250 g Natural Tofu
  • 2 Spring onions
  • 100 g Olives (pitted)
  • ¼ tsp Himalayan rock salt
  • 3 pinches Pepper
  • 3 tbsp Olive oil
  • 25 ml of your own organic water kefir
  • ¾ Watermelon
  • 1 handfull of mint leafs

Instructions

1

Put the natural tofu in a large salad bowl and crush with the fork.

2

Wash the spring onion and cut into small pieces and add to the bowl of tofu.

3

Add the olives to the salad bowl with salt, pepper and olive oil.

4

Wash the mint, remove the mint leaves from the stem and divide into coarse pieces (also by hand) and then add to the other ingredients.

5

Split the watermelon in the middle and slice it so that you can cut off the edge well. Then cut the melon into bite-sized pieces / cubes and place in the bowl.

6

Put the natural tofu in a large salad bowl and crush with the fork.

7

Wash the spring onion and cut into small pieces and add to the bowl of tofu.

8

Add the olives to the salad bowl with salt, pepper, olive oil and your organic waterkefir.

9

Wash the mint, remove the mint leaves from the stem and divide into coarse pieces (also by hand) and then add to the other ingredients.

10

Split the watermelon in the middle and slice it so that you can cut off the edge well. Then cut the melon into bite-sized pieces / cubes and place in the bowl.

11

Mix everything well and you're done.

I wish you a lot of fun by making this recipe and I am very excited to hear your opinions about this delicious salad.

I am looking forward to see you again for my next recipes.

Petra

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