Raw Cultured Vegetables, A Fermented Probiotic-Rich Food Source

- January 17, 2017

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Raw Cultured Vegetables, A Fermented Probiotic-Rich Food Source

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Raw cultured vegetables are one of the oldest forms of food preservation utilized by many ethnicities around the world throughout human history. The term is generally synonymous with any vegetable that has gone through a natural fermentation process. Kimchi, sauerkraut or other pickled vegetables and fruits are all condiments that are included in this broad category of raw ferments. The types we are exclusively referring to are those made without heat or chemical preservatives and contain innately occurring friendly bacteria, like Lactobacillus, or other members of the lactic acid group (LAB). The term

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  • My ferments get beyond 72degrees, sometimes 100 degrees. They are fine.

    Thomas Freiling - 1 month ago

  • 👍Excellent

    LovingAtlanta - 3 months ago

  • Ordinary every day food has become "superfood"? Sick

    Casimir P - 4 months ago

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