Beet Kvass Recipe

This is a beverage/tonic that I first bought from Life Enhancing Farms in Lancaster, PA. This fermented drink packs a ton of nutrition because of the beets themselves.  Beets have been traditionally used as a blood tonic, to aid the liver, high alkalinity, and help digestion and regularity.  Beet kvass is slightly salty, slightly sour, and certainly tastes like beets. I generally have this first thing in the morning mixed half and half with water.  I have also found it to be very, very refreshing while working outside in the garden or in the yard on a hot day.


  1. 1 quart mason jar with lid or any old jar with a lid.


  1. 2 organic  medium sized beets, any variety
  2. 1 tsp  celtic sea salt or Himalayan salt
  3. Filtered water
  4. ¼ cup whey or ¼ cup previous batch or ½  package or veggie starter culture from body ecology mixed in ¼ cup filtered water

Peel and coarsely chop the beets and place in the mason jar with the culturing agent and salt.  Fill the jar up with filtered water leaving 1 inch at the top and shake vigorously. Keep this at room temperature for about 3 days then transfer to the fridge.  Once most of the liquid is used, fill up with water again, add 1 tsp. salt, shake and leave again for 3 days.  After this batch is used, eat or discard the beets and save some liquid to make your next batch with fresh beets. If you want a slightly carbonated drink transfer the kvass into a flip top jar and leave out for another day or two.

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Dr. Noah is a lifelong Chiropractic patient and Paleo Lifestyle enthusiast. At a very early age Dr. Noah suffered from chronic strep throat and earaches. His health was restored from specific Chiropractic adjusting. Dr. Noah graduated in December 2000 from Life University. He is a member of the ANJC since its inception, an avid runner, a Toastmaster, a Rotarian, Board Member of the Ahern Scholarship Foundation, SHINE Doctor, and co-founder of EPOC NJ. He has been married to his beautiful wife Kerri for 12 years and has two incredible children. Dr. Noah can be reached at 201-437-0033, on Facebook, at my Blog, at my app in the IPhone app store, or at

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