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Fermentation Inspiration

Fermentation Inspiration

Although people have been eating fermented foods before written history, only recently is research beginning to validate their health benefits. Check out our list of fermented foods containing healthy bacteria in this month’s Well-Fed You Guide. For more fascinating information about prebiotics and the benefits of eating foods high in healthy bacteria, watch. watch

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Kimchi (kim-chee)

Kimchi (kim-chee)

Forget store bought kimchi. It’s easier to make than you think. Our take is totally flavorful, versatile, and full of “good for you” beneficial bacteria. We’ve substituted zucchini for the traditional daikon radish. And, the natural sugar in the apple helps speed the fermentation process while adding a hint of sweetness. Watch. watch

Well-Fed You Guides

101: Fermented Foods and Prebiotics

Looking to educate yourself on why fermented foods and prebiotics are so important? Here’s our list of common fermented foods and those with prebiotics. How many do you eat? What do you have on hand? Read More. Download Guide

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Your Well-Fed Plate

With the bounty of fresh ingredients available, this is the best time of year to start using our well-fed plate as a guide for meal time portions. Easy to use, easy to remember — see what we mean and get started now! watch

THIS MONTH'S RECIPES

Kimchi (kim-chee)

Kimchi (kim-chee)

Kimchi is a Korean staple that is gaining popularity around the world. Use it like salsa, cole slaw or sauerkraut. It’s guaranteed to pep up your next dish of vegetables, eggs, rice, noodles, fish, meat or tofu. read more

Fermented Carrots & Green Beans

Fermented Carrots & Green Beans

Have you always wanted to preserve fresh veggies at their peak, but thought it too complicated? Our simple brine gets you started and the fermentation provides beneficial bacteria. Try these two and move on to others. read more

Power-to-the-Purple Sauerkraut

Power-to-the-Purple Sauerkraut

Sauerkraut is a fermented food, but it’s usually sold pasteurized, which means 100% bacteria-free. Purple cabbage is high in phytochemicals and carrots add a contrast of color. Bring your cabbage back to life and embrace the power of healthy bacteria. read more

Tuna Salad Nicoise

Tuna Salad Nicoise

“To your health,” that’s what this French-inspired salad is all about. We’ve improved it by using a lighter dressing, substituting sweet potatoes, and using fermented vegetables. Try salmon or sardines for extra Omega-3 fatty acids. read more

Kimchi (kim-chee)

Kimchi (kim-chee)

Kimchi is a Korean staple that is gaining popularity around the world. Use it like salsa, cole slaw or sauerkraut. It’s guaranteed to pep up your next dish of vegetables, eggs, rice, noodles, fish, meat or tofu. Continue Reading

Fermented Carrots & Green Beans

Fermented Carrots & Green Beans

Have you always wanted to preserve fresh veggies at their peak, but thought it too complicated? Our simple brine gets you started and the fermentation provides beneficial bacteria. Try these two and move on to others. Continue Reading

Power-to-the-Purple Sauerkraut

Power-to-the-Purple Sauerkraut

Sauerkraut is a fermented food, but it’s usually sold pasteurized, which means 100% bacteria-free. Purple cabbage is high in phytochemicals and carrots add a contrast of color. Bring your cabbage back to life and embrace the power of healthy bacteria. Continue Reading

Tuna Salad Nicoise

Tuna Salad Nicoise

“To your health,” that’s what this French-inspired salad is all about. We’ve improved it by using a lighter dressing, substituting sweet potatoes, and using fermented vegetables. Try salmon or sardines for extra Omega-3 fatty acids. Continue Reading