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#1 of 3 Old 09-11-2012, 08:18 AM - Thread Starter
 
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That's my question. I didn't make it myself, but it is from a farm market so it states on the label...live, enzymes, probiotic...

 

I like it, but I don't know how much to eat.  Your thoughts or a source I can read?  I didn't find much on my google search.  However, I am not the best googler. lol  I didn't find quantities.

 

I've been eating it like a condiment with my meat.


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It's traditionally meant to be a condiment.  Probably a small amount to start with, every day, is better than a huge couple of servings every now and then.  Try a few tbsp, 1/4 cup with your meat and see how you feel?

 

We, honestly, eat a ton of it when we have it on hand.  My dh, one of my sons, and I at least.  DS can eat a cup on his own!


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Thanks for the advice.  I love it with certain meats.  I found a spicy one and I love it.
 


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