Fermented foods have been part of the human palette for centuries. Wine, bread and cheese are just a few of the more common items that are made with the help of microorganisms, which are integral to the process of fermentation. Modern-day consumers have retained their taste for tangy, pickled products. For the wellness-minded, fermentation has the added benefit of healthfulness. Certain foods, like yogurt, have been shown to help digestion and boost immunity, and a select few, including ...
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