Homemade Natural Ginger Ale Recipe
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The Chinese have used ginger for many medicinal uses for centuries. When I ran into this homemade natural ginger ale recipe, I was excited of course. Until now all the ginger ale, that I have come across has been on grocery store shelves. You know the soda that is pumped with carbon gas, fizzy and is the first choice for many hard alcohol drinks, when it comes to mixers. This recipe  uses a fermented ginger culture to create a naturally fizzy soda! I love that it also used fresh ginger and there has healthy probiotics in the recipe.

Homemade Natural Ginger Ale Recipe

Photo credit: WellnessMama.com

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Here’s What You’ll Need:

  • A 1-2 inch piece of fresh ginger root, minced.
  • ½ cup of organic sugar or rapadura sugar.
  • ½ cup fresh lemon or lime juice
  • ½ tsp sea salt or himalayan salt
  • 8 cups of filtered (chlorine free) water
  • ½ cup homemade ginger bug

The first step in the process is to make a wort of ginger ale. There are many different parts of this recipe that need to be prepared separately such as the filtered water and the ginger bug. You will need some patience as the mixture needs to sit for up to 72 hours before it is ready. It is ready when you can smell ginger and yeast/fermentation as well as it being fizzy. Don’t let it become too fizzy or pressure may build up and cause the jar to explode.

You can follow the full step by step recipe on the Wellness Mama blog, here…

Homemade Natural Ginger Ale Recipe


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