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Are you experiencing bloating, indigestion, allergies or even weight gain? Have you ever thought that these symptoms may be linked to your little gut friends?

Whether you’re trying to raise your energy levels or heal a condition like IBS or high blood pressure, fermented foods can provide you with natural results, quickly.

Click below to see some of the most powerful fermented foods and why you should be consuming them daily.
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Have you ever wondered what the health benefits are to consuming fermented foods?
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Kombucha, how to brew this ancient Elixer at home...
Fermentationist Certification: Ferment 11 ~ Kombucha
Fermentationist Certification: Ferment 11 ~ Kombucha
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The many benefits of Tempeh ~ The processing involved in making tempeh decreases the level of phytic acid in the legumes. The bio- availability of certain minerals, such as zinc and iron, is improved while the total concentration of many minerals, including calcium and magnesium, is increased. Tempeh is more easily digested than cooked soybeans, with reduced oligosaccharides and improved protein availability. Tempeh is a source of Vitamin B12, making it an excellent addition to a vegetarian diet.
Fermentationist Certification: Ferment 11 ~ Tempeh
Fermentationist Certification: Ferment 11 ~ Tempeh
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Have you ever tried to make Idlis before? Idlis originated in southern Indian cuisine over 1,000 years ago. The word Idli comes from
two Tamil words "Ittu" and "Avi" (To lay the steam). They are a steamed, naturally leavened cake with a unique, fluffy texture. They are made from a mixture of ground rice and beans, which give them a taste that is mild and savory. These are perfect if you are gluten free or have digestive problems!
Fermentationist Certification: Ferment 10 ~ Idlis
Fermentationist Certification: Ferment 10 ~ Idlis
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Have you ever tried making your own vinegar? The benefits are plentiful and it is so easy to make at home. It does require some patience but it is so very worth it!
Fermentationist Certification: Ferment 9 ~ Vinegar
Fermentationist Certification: Ferment 9 ~ Vinegar
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Do you want to know how to make a healthier fizzy drink full of probiotics? Try water kefir ~ its so easy to do!
Fermentationist Certification: Ferment 8 ~ Water Kefir
Fermentationist Certification: Ferment 8 ~ Water Kefir
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I was actually quite proud of myself to serve my nut cheezes! Probiotic goodness with lots of essential nutrients!
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Have you made Injera before? Injera is a yeast-risen flatbread with a unique, slightly spongy texture. In Ethiopia and in Ethiopian restaurants, injera can be made from many different grains: wheat, barley, and millet are all used. But the traditional and original grain for the making of injera is teff, Eragrostis tef. Teff is very nutritious, with high levels of iron and other minerals.
Fermentationist Certification: Ferment 6 ~ Injera
Fermentationist Certification: Ferment 6 ~ Injera
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Yogurt ~ One of the oldest and still most popular fermented foods, yogurt is known around the world. The word yogurt comes from Turkey and refers to a tart, thick milk. Yogurt can be found in nearly every culture that kept animals for milk. It was likely discovered in similar ways in each region. When fresh milk is left in a container with friendly bacteria, the milk thickens and develops a delicious sour taste. The lactic acid produced by the fermentation also acts as a preservative.
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