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Just in time for Summer and the Festive Season

Kehoe’s Kitchen have released the first in our range of Sparkling Probiotic Drinks

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Vanilla Coconut

Introducing Kehoe’s Kitchen’s Vanilla Coconut Sparkling Probiotic Drink.

Our Sparkling Probiotic Drinks contain our custom Kehoe’s Kitchen, Australian made HIGH strength probiotic, which we developed under advice from local health professionals.   We selected Bifidobacterium and Lactobacillus bacteria which are 100% non D-lactate forming (D-lactic acid can’t be broken down by everybody and excess amounts can lead to serious side effects).  We’ve found our probiotic to be of benefit to our family, so we’re extremely happy to be able to add it to our range of Australian Certified Organic probiotic products.

kehoe's kitchen shoot 3 web res (3 of 9)cropWe feel it’s the perfect healthy alternative to sugar, chemical and preservative laden fizzy drinks that the whole family will enjoy.  It’s also an alternative to the range of Kombucha,  Kefir and other raw living drinks on the market, as we’re fermenting with beneficial bacteria and zero yeast.

Perhaps best of all (other than the taste), our coconut water drinks contain no added sweeteners, water, gums, stabilizers, preservatives or starches. As an added bonus, our drinks are low calorie as the bacteria ferment (eat) the carbohydrates for you.

Enjoy it straight from the bottle, mixed in a smoothie or add some fruit for a delicious healthy probiotic mocktail.   Above we’ve served with fresh mint, strawberries and lime.

Be on the lookout in the New Year as we release more flavours to accompany our range of high quality probiotic sauerkrauts, kimchi, vegetable ferments, dips and yoghurts.

Find your closest stockist here. If they don’t have it yet, be sure to tell them they should.

If you’d like to stock our products, contact us directly or the relevant wholesaler, listed on the bottom of the stockists page.

While you’re here, check out our online store for the only Organic Grass Fed gelatin available in Australia, as well as a range of juicers, dehydrators and other stuff that we use.

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Australia’s 1st Certified Organic Raw Sauerkrauts

We are extremely proud and excited to announce that we are now Australian Certified Organic.

 This means that the Kehoe’s Kitchen range includes Australia’s first certified organic raw sauerkrauts, as well as certified organic cultured paleo/vegan tasty cheese and certified organic raw activated paleo bars.

Kehoes Kitchen ACO

In late October of last year (2013) we launched our commercial kitchen to provide healing and nourishing food to the people of Brisbane via our local organic market (the Northey Street Organic Market) with our gourmet range of Organic, Artisan, Cultured, Fermented and Raw, Paleo and GAPS foods.   Now only 11 months later we have obtained our Organic Certification and our products are available through many South East Queensland retailers.

As stated above, our reason for starting Kehoe’s Kitchen was to provide people with food that was nourishing and healing.  This is why Kehoe’s Kitchen have used nothing but the best certified organic ingredients in our organic range from the beginning.  It is also why we have made becoming Australian Certified Organic a priority.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our customers, retailers and online followers for your support.

Please note that RAW sauerkrauts are healing because they contain trillions of living beneficial bacteria.  You can find them in the fridge of your local health food shop.  All room temperature shelf stable/pasteurised sauerkrauts have been heat treated to kill the bacteria (good and bad).  They do this to provide a shelf stable product that can be shipped around the world.  That’s why it’s cheaper. Even if the product says it has been traditionally fermented, it has still been pasteurised and no longer contains any beneficial bacteria.