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Book Review: Wild Fermentation

Wild Fermentation Sandor Katz ferment vegetables sauerkraut beets carrots vegetables probiotic bacteria enzyme nutrient

By Sandor Ellix Katz, review by Michelle Grinzi, BA Watching a commercial for an anti-bacterial house cleaner, I realized the great lengths we go to in order to “kill germs.” We use antifungal creams, antibacterial soaps and take antibiotic drugs. Most of us have no idea how beneficial many other types of bacteria there are, and how necessary they can be, particularly in the creation of fermented foods. Fermentation is the process of breaking down organic matter and creating a new substance by the action of any group of living organisms such as yeasts, molds, and certain bacteria, making the...

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