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Get Free Beer Money from Sam Adams for Being Vaccinated

There is no greater incentive for getting vaccinated than doing your part to end the pandemic that has singularly redefined our lives over the past year. And as a show of appreciation for your efforts, Sam Adams wants to give you your first post-jab brew on the house.Read more...
Tags: Beer, Pfizer, Lifehacks, Brewing, Samuel Adams, Johnson Johnson, Sam Adams, Fermented Foods, Alcoholic Drinks, Moderna, Sam Adam, Health Medical Pharma, Fermented Drinks


I Assure You, Budweiser, We Have Been Drinking

“Remember this?” Budweiser asks, in a new commercial promoting covid-19 vaccines. What follows are a series of snapshots of the before times, when we swigged at the barbeque, sloshed around at the bar, flung beer all over each other at the frat. Jimmy Durante croons, with nostalgic record cracking, the World War…Read more...
Tags: Science, Beer, Budweiser, Brewing, Jimmy Durante, Fermented Foods, Alcoholic Drinks, Fermented Drinks, Small Beer


Sandor Katz’s Fermentation Residency Program

Back in April I traveled to Walnut Ridge, Tennessee to participate in a Fermentation Residency Program taught by the well-known fermentation expert; Sandor Ellix Katz . It was a great experience at a wonderful venue with an amazing group of fellow fermenters. The program is offered twice each year and there is huge demand for the opportunity to study at the school. I submitted an application to attend the spring residency back in January and was excited when in Fe...
Tags: Gardening, Texas, Mississippi, San Diego, Argentina, Nashville, Trevor, University Of California, Sarah, Csa, Cheryl, Sean, Denver Colorado, Manda, Rob Knight, Walnut Ridge


Traditional fermented foods

Fermentation is an ancient culinary technique used around the world. It was originally developed to preserve food during harsh winters and food shortages before the time of refrigeration. Vikings traversing the oceans on long voyages needed a supply of edible fish so they didn’t starve while at sea, so they invented lutefisk. Too dangerous to fish on the ice in the winter? The Inuit people have an answer: Stuff a seal carcass with birds and bury it underground until it ferments. And if you’re...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Europe, Japan, Minnesota, China, Germany, Africa, Turkey, Iran, Philippines, Hawaii, New York Times, Smithsonian, Azerbaijan, Norway


Pickled, cured, and fermented foods

It’s easy to take refrigeration for granted. But far before these nifty gadgets arrived in our kitchens, humans had to be a little more creative when it came to keeping their food edible for longer. Averse to wasting nutrient-rich ingredients, our ancestors turned to pickling, fermenting, drying, and curing our food to avoid starvation — and many dishes created using these techniques remain centerpieces of cuisines across the globe today. Korean people have been pickling cabbage to make kimch...
Tags: Travel, Mexico, India, Nigeria, United States, Egypt, Philippines, Middle East, Kyrgyzstan, Cameroon, Wisconsin, Finland, Venezuela, Greenland, Bacon, Scandinavia


9 Foods Australians Are Eating That You Should Be Too

Australia  arguably has one of the most health-conscious populations in the world, so it makes sense that the citizens of the country are trend-setters. Some of the foods getting popular in Australia are organic foods or superfoods like organic honey while others may not be what you expect. The following are nine foods rising in Australia that are driven by the health craze. 1. Fun With Fermented Foods One food making its way into the hearts and mouths of Australians are fermented...
Tags: Fashion, Australia, Organic, Probiotics, Kombucha, Kimchi, Health & Fitness, Fermentation, Sauerkraut, Kakadu, Fermented Foods, Food & Snacks, Goat Milk, Vitamins & Supplements, Organic or Eco-Friendly, Mutton


Sandor Katz’s Fermentation Residency Program

Back in April I traveled to Walnut Ridge, Tennessee to participate in a Fermentation Residency Program taught by the well-known fermentation expert; Sandor Ellix Katz. It was a great experience at a wonderful venue with an amazing group of fellow fermenters. The program is offered twice each year and there is huge demand for the opportunity to study at the school. I submitted an application to attend the spring residency back in January and was excited when in February I received notice that I h...
Tags: Gardening, Texas, Mississippi, Argentina, Nashville, Trevor, Sarah, Csa, Cheryl, Sean, Denver Colorado, Manda, Rob Knight, Walnut Ridge, University of California at San Diego, Fermented Foods


14 Fermented Foods to Eat Right Now

Fresh food isn't the only answer to better health
Tags: Uncategorized, Tempeh, Yogurt, Diet/Nutrition, Healthy Eating, Kimchi, Fermented Foods


Fermented Foods and Fatigue

Intestinal health in autoimmune disorders such as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia go hand in hand.  Often before diagnosis of the autoimmune disease, digestive issues begin to crop up and cause havoc.  One of the most powerful tools we have for healing and strengthening the functions of the intestines are fermented foods. Benefits of Fermented […] [Author: Theresa]
Tags: Health, Nutrition, Chronic Fatigue, Weight Loss, Detoxification, Alternative, Vegetarian, Fermentation, Holistic, Theresa, Intuitive Eating, Natural healing, Fermented Foods


Fermented Foods and their Health Benefits

Fermented foods are a no brainer when it comes to making healthy food choices. When made properly they are chock full of probiotics, which help restore your gut's good bacteria to their optimum levels. Fermented foods are also full of nutrients and also act as chelators that detoxify the body of heavy metals.
Tags: Health, Food, Fermented Foods