• 4 Science-Backed Reasons to Add More Fermented Vegetables to Your Diet

    4 days ago - By Cathe Friedrich

    You're probably familiar with sauerkraut, the tangy, fermented form of cabbage. You might have even munched on a plate of it on occasion - but did you know that you can ferment other vegetables as well? In fact, almost any vegetable can be fermented, although some are hard to find pre-packaged at health food stores - but, considering the health benefits, you might want to consider fermenting your own.
    When you think of fermented food, dairy products probably first come to mind. Kefir and yogurt are two of the most popular fermented foods and ones that are readily available at most...
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