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Boost Immunity With Fermented Cream Cheese [Probiotic Rich Healthy Spread Recipe by Ravneet Bhalla]

What makes a healthy spread recipe, which is probiotic rich food ferment? Boosting immunity is on our priority list and fermented cream cheese recipe can come in handy. 

We are all fighting immunity blues, and the coronavirus pandemic has only emphasized the need to strengthen our body's defenses. No, we are not healthy as a generation. Rather, all of us have chosen a lifestyle that sucks immunity out of us. Processed foods and store-bought stuff have only added to the burden on our digestive system, bringing down immunity. So what can we do to strengthen our borders and improve the immune system?

Of course, boost your digestive health and activate your gut flora - your microbiome.
Adding prebiotics and probiotics to your diet is one way to improve immunity because when your digestion improves, your body can better absorb nutrients from food. These nutrients strengthen the immune system's defenses.

Here is one recipe to improve your gut health. Yes, this is good for gut health. Let's make probiotic-rich fermented cream cheese today.

You can check the ingredient list below:

Ingredient list (Healthy Spread Recipe)

1 cup- 240 ml
1/2 cup- paneer
1/4 cup- curds
1/2 tsp- salt
1 tsp- jeera
2 tbsp-almond powder/meal/flour or nuts of choice

For this recipe to make immunity-boosting cream cheese at home, you will need to blend together paneer or cottage cheese, curd, and salt until it turns creamy. 

Next strain in a sterilized glass. Add almond meal or powder or chopped walnuts or nuts of choice and top with flavor of choice. 
I have sprinkled a1/2 tsp of cumin seeds or jeera. 
Stir and cover with a cotton cloth and set at room temperature for fermentation.  This is lacto fermentation.
You may keep the cream cheese at room temperature for 6-12 hours or longer if the temperature is down. But in hot conditions, shift it to the refrigerator after 8 hours so that it does not over ferment and become too sour to taste. Let the fermented cream cheese sit in the refrigerator for a day. It will set beautifully and you can then cut it into pieces and toast it on bread or crackers. You will love this nutritionally dense cream cheese packed with flavors and health.

So what are you waiting for?
Make some paneer at home and whip up this immunity-boosting cream cheese and prepare your body's defenses against infections. I hope you like this recipe of lacto-fermented cream cheese, which is way better than the cream cheese you have been sampling until now.
This recipe will become a keeper for a long time.
start preparing probiotic rich fermented foods for good digestive and immune health.
take care. stay safe. see you next time. bye bye.
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