Oh how I love my spiraliser. It turns plain vegetables into ribbons of deliciousness. You can add any pasta style sauce to a spiralised vege and it's a complete meal. I like to use zucchini as it has a fairly subtle flavour to begin with... just don't cook the zucchini as the warmth of the sauce is enough to soften the ribbons without ending up with zucchini mash. I use a Vege Twister. It's inexpensive and simple to use. Here's a link to the Aus/NZ distributors website for more information and a video demonstration.
A bit like the kefir mentioned above, homemade yoghurt is a great source of probiotics and tastes incredible. I bought a 'Wholesome Me' yoghurt maker from the GAPS Australia website and it's been great. You simply mix a cup of organic sheep or goat milk yoghurt with fresh, raw, organic milk, fill the yoghurt pots, put the lids on and set the timer for 10 hours. Once the yoghurt has fermented you place the pots in your fridge and enjoy. Then as long as you save one pot of yoghurt, you're ready to start the process again and use your homemade yoghurt as the starter culture for the next batch.