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Fermented Food

Fermented Food with Mary & Jane T.

Fermentation of vegetables or dairy products is a simple process which naturally converts sugar into lactic acid. Lactic acid prevents harmful microbial growth while at the same time promoting the growth of good bacteria which increases the amount of nutrients and vitamins are bodies are able to absorb. There is a lot of scientific evidence to support the fact that fermented foods are really good for you, but for a lot of people the process itself can seem a very daunting prospect.

Kefir, kombucha, and cultured vegetables. Each one of these foods are completely unique with their own combination of good bacteria and yeasts which can enhance the trillions of microorganisms that make up our microbiome allowing them to thrive and multiply. Learning about these foods will also allow you to see which one really resonates with you.

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