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Fermented Foods

Fermented foods contain probiotic compounds that provide protection to the digestive system. The living microflora in fermented food products boost biome health. Over 70-percent of our immune system resides in our GI tract. Therefore, the probiotics in fermented foods increase immune health and efficiency.

 

Adding fermented foods to your diet can cure gastrointestinal disease and disorders by rebalancing the health of gut biomes. Here are some fermented foods to make and add to your diet.

  • SauerKraut

  • Kefir

  • Yogurt

  • Kombucha

  • Cultured Vegetables

  • Sourdough

  • Apple Cider Vinegar

 
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Cultured Food Life. Kefier, Yogurt, Sourdough and much more

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Fermented Food Lab. Simple & safe fermentation for beginners

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Make Sauerkraut and Cultured Vegetables

KOMBUCHA

Kombucha is a fermented drink made of black tea and sugar (from various sources like cane sugar, fruit or honey). It contains a colony of bacteria and yeast that is responsible for initiating the fermentation process once combined with sugar.
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