Posts Tagged ‘Kimchi’

Lacto Fermentation

Friday, January 7th, 2011

lacto-fermentation is a method of food preservation which was used before refrigeration or canning. It is extremely easy to do and it does not involve using boiling water or heat of any kind.

When using lacto-fermentation, food enzymes are preserved, and there is actually an increase in enzyme content and vitamin content.

Just about any vegetable or fruit may be naturally preserved in this way. There are also a variety of healthy beverages which may be produced using lacto-fermentation techniques

Fermented Foods of the World!

Tuesday, December 14th, 2010

All the links below link to Wikipedia articles for more info on each of these fermented foods

Fermented Foods:

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