Blog - Category: vegan | Tribestlife

International Distributors

  • Visit the authorized distributor in your country. If you don't see your country's flag, please contact us.



















New Zealand










United Kingdom



Blog - Category: vegan

By ONLINE SALES, 05/25/2018 - 10:57

Veggie Bowls 101: Endless Veggies & Simple Sauces Veggie bowls are one of the simplest meals to enjoy on a plant based diet!

Pair endless veggies in 3 different gluten free & high protein categories to create healthy and colorful bowls!

Nuts & Seeds

-Slivered Almonds -Hemp Seeds -Sunflower Seeds -Pumpkin Seeds -Pistachios

Grains & Beans

-Quinoa -Garbanzo Beans -Lentils -Wild Rice -Black Beans

Greens & Things

-Kale -Mixed Greens -Avocado -Spinach -Arugula

Enjoy them with a simple blended sauce like one of these two and you can enjoy several bowl combinations with these basics:

Tahini Creme: 1 Tomato, 1 Red Bell Pepper, 1/2 cup cilantro, 1/4 cup green onion, 1/4 cup lemon juice, 1 tsp sea salt

Sweet Mustard: 1/4 cup lemon juice, 1/4 cup olive or avocado oil, 2 Tbsp stone-ground mustard, 2 tbsp coconut nectar, 1 pinch sea salt

#easyvegan #healthtribe #wellness #tribestlife

To grab a simple blender for sauces check our our glass personal blender here:…/tribest-glass-personal-blender

By ONLINE SALES, 01/30/2018 - 09:46
Beet Juice Sauerkraut

How to help you kids enjoy more fermented vegetables?

Try these simple tricks and this easy recipe to get your whole family enjoying healthy fermented vegetables quickly! The benefits of fermented vegetables have been known for centuries but now more than ever in modern lifestyle we are enjoying more fermented vegetables to support immunity and gut function. It may be challenging to think of an easy way to help your child enjoy some fresh sauerkraut, kimchi or other combinations of healthy fermented vegetables.

Here are 3 tips to get you going!!

1) Try colorful ferments like the beet juice sauerkraut shown here. Kids, like adults eat with their eyes first so the more color the better. Carrots, beets and turmeric are all easy to find in health food stores now and you can also use them to make your own fresh ferments at home. Below you will find my recipe for beet juice sauerkraut using cabbage and brine with beet juice for this colorful presentation.

2) Try combining the fermented vegetables on bite sized crackers with a cream based sauce. Our family favorite is a sauce made from pine nuts. The cream cuts the acidity often the predominant flavor of fermented food and allows for a more balanced taste.

Here is a simple pine nut cream sauce:

1 cup pine nuts

1 cup coconut water

1 tsp raw sweetener

1 clove garlic

1 tsp sea salt

Blend on high using your Glass Personal Blender and enjoy in 5 days.

3) Top your fermented foods snack with other kid friendly garnishes like small rounds of grape tomatoes, diced fruit or a sprinkling of nutritional yeast. Enjoy trying different colors in your garnish selection as it adds to the flavor and presentation in a way that can make your snack really stand out! If you are unsure about adding healthy fermented foods to your child’s diet consider that after the age of 3 a child’s digestive tract starts to look like an adults. It’s never too early to start developing a health gut and developing your child’s taste for healthy fermented foods. In Korea where every child grows up eating Kimchi they have been able to document the direct health impact of enjoying fermented foods daily and with almost every meal. The findings are inspirational because they cover so many health issues, ”Health functionality of kimchi, based upon our research and that of other, includes anticancer, anti-obesity, anti-constipation, colon health promotion, probiotic properties, cholesterol reduction, fibrolytic effect, anti-oxidative and anti-aging properties, brain health promotion, immune promotion, and skin health promotion.” (1)

I hope you’ll be encouraged to start trying fermented foods with your own family today!

Here is a basic and simple recipe to get you started:

2 heads cabbage

3 tbsp. sea salt

Added: ½ cup beet juice

Step 1: Slice cabbage into thin strips and place in a medium mixing bowl or large flat dish.

Step 2 Knead cabbage with clean hands until juice is expressed, enough to cover the pieces of cabbage., you may wish to use the assistance of a potato masher and pound the cabbage down into the bowl.

Step 3: Sprinkle with sea salt and pour over beet juice.

Step 4: Transfer the juices and cabbage into a large glass jar for fermentation or a fermentation crock.

Step 5: Leave outside of refrigeration for 2-3 days allowing to ferment until the mixture becomes sour- each day rotate product inside of the jar or the crock by lightly stirring.

Step 6: Refrigerate and let continue to ferment for 1-2 weeks. Each day the flavor will become stronger.

To shorten the time and create a quick ferment transfer the juices and the cabbage to a large Yo Life container and warm in the Yo Life Yogurt Maker for 1 full day, the mixture will become sour and you can enjoy right away and refrigerate the rest for up to 1 month.

To learn more about the Yo Life Yogurt Maker click here:

To learn more healthy and delicious recipes for the best health of your entire family order Jenny's book Veggie Mama here:

* reference 1: