Try these fermented-foods recipes for a healthy source of probiotics
Fermented foods such as pickles, miso, sauerkraut, and yogurt are replete with beneficial bacteria to improve gut health, support immune function, ease intestinal disorders, and possibly protect against colon cancer. Most contain dozens of strains of probiotics. Just one serving of sauerkraut can yield a trillion colony forming units (CFUs).
For centuries, people have made their own fermented foods. But still: it’s a little scary. After all, there’s a fine line between fermented and funky. But fear not. With some simple rules and easy-to-follow recipes, you can become a master fermenter. Eat smart with these simple DIY fermented recipes.