Fermented foods are actually good for us. Eat your Kapusta and Bulgarian Yogurt! Homemade is best.

The good bacteria in fermented foods break down carbohydrates into acids and promote the growth of more friendly bacteria. When we eat fermented foods, friendly bacteria are allowed to thrive in our intestines, guarding our cells and fighting off the bad bacteria that can make us sick. They may also boost immune response, lower bad cholesterol, raise good cholesterol, and even have anti-cancer properties.

Modern methods of making yogurt, sauerkraut, and other fermented products tend to take shortcuts, slashing fermentation and aging times. That means fewer health benefits and less flavor. Shop at natural supermarkets, specialty markets, health food stores, and farmstands whenever you can to find these healthy foods made the traditional way.


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