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6 Tasty Fermented Foods With a Probiotic Kick. From kombucha to kimchi, traditional fermented foods have made a comeback in a big way, finding their place in supermarket refrigerators everywhere. Kefir, another fermented milk product, tastes like a slightly tangier, yet drinkable yogurt and boasts even more probiotics. Both are also good sources of protein, calcium, and vitamin D. But there is more to fermented food, than just tasty meal.
While reading “The Cultured Cook”, I have actually learnt knew benefits of fermented foods, but also Do’s and Don’ts of fermenting and new variety of recipes. I had no idea that cheesecake can actually be probiotic-rich. I didn’t realize that there even can be fermented. Probiotics are live bacterial cultures that are found in fermented foods like Greek yogurt and kombucha. They get the name “pro” because they pro mote better gut health by helping to alleviate IBS symptoms, boost your immune system, and fend off bad bacteria strains that can rev appetite and cause weight gain.
Uji, also known as the Kenyan Fermented Porridge, is the ultimate comfort breakfast food which is packed with probiotics. It is made of dried maize, millet and/or sorghum that is made wet with water and left to ferment for a few days before cooking. The health benefits of fermented foods like kimchi and sauerkraut aren’t much of a secret anymore. The short story is, fermented veggies contain loads of good stuff, including probiotics, which play a part in maintaining gut health.
And gut health has positive health implications beyond the gut. The foods included soft cheese, sauerkraut (fermented cabbage), kimchi (fermented vegetables), kefir and kombucha (fermented tea). In this experiment, the researchers looked at both homemade versions, and shop bought samples. Food-based probiotics: Most other species, including Lactobacillus and Bifidobacteria, are found in fermented foods.
One other type of probiotic, the Saccharomyces species, is a yeast. To restore and maintain a healthy balance, which helps the body heal itself and stay in good shape, Axe recommends getting a variety of all three types. A healthy Ayurvedic diet includes fermented foods, such as yogurt, amasai and miso. Many different seasonal vegetables may be fermented to prolong how long they are edible, such as asparagus, beets, cabbage, carrots, cilantro, fennel root (anise), garlic, green beans, etc.
Or you can simply give a bowl of chips a probiotic kick with fermented salsas sold by brands like Wildbrine. Watch the video: How to Add More Probiotic Foods to Your Diet 2 of 12.
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