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Some of My Best Friends Are Germs/ Michael Pollan

“Our resident microbes also appear to play a critical role in training and modulating our immune system, helping it to accurately distinguish between friend and foe and not go nuts on, well, nuts and all sorts of other potential allergens. Some researchers believe that the…

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In Ferment fermentation workshop

The first was an interesting and enjoyable event. During discussions and cabbage chopping we learned about the cultural and historical aspects of fermentation, realized the health benefits of cultivating the gut flora and maintaining the good bacteria in our body by eating probiotic food. And…

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NPR story about Fermentation by Bonny Wolf

Why You Shouldn’t Wrinkle Your Nose At Fermentation by BONNY WOLF NPR Weekend Edition Sunday April 07, http://www.npr.org/v2/?i=176463491&m=176482773&t=audio “It’s delicious, it’s nutritious and it’s basically rotten. Fermentation is a hot culinary trend, and, as Weekend Edition food commentator Bonny Wolf explains, the preservation process gives…

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Fermenting workshop

Fermenting workshop with Kate Faulkner Sunday, March 17 at the Bradner Gardens We all enjoyed washing the cabbage heads and some roots, talking about the incredible health benefits of lactofermented veggies, and packing it all into jars. I introduced In Ferment crocks and how easy…

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