For years the Weston Price Foundation has been talking about eating more fermented foods and now it is becoming mainstream. More and more clinicians are supporting this idea and word is getting out to many more people.
In honor of the Microbiome Medicine Summit that is ending today, here are some of my favorite recipes for fermenting your own foods at home. It is really easy once you get over the learning curve.
If you have a fear that you will poison yourself or your family, I can relate! I once felt that way too. I assure you, once you get the hang of it and gain confidence, you will be assured that all is well. If a ferment goes bad, believe me, you will know instantly at the smell!
That said, here are some easy to make foods that get large amounts of probiotics into your gut in a very delicious way!
Sadly, this is the last day of the Microbiome Medicine Summit. I’ve really enjoyed listening to these fantastic interviews and have learned a lot of new facts!
There’s still time to listen in on some of the fantastic lectures at the Microbiome Medicine Summit!
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