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According to the superstar foodie, it could help your gut health—if you find the right bread.
Yes, probiotic-packed ice cream and breakfast burritos exist.
Federal regulators are cracking down on kombucha.
Straight out of Brooklyn (of course), a new gut-healthy trend.
If you're only using the probiotic powerhouse in soup, you're missing out.
Take a break from kimchi and sauerkraut—and try a delicious probiotic beverage.
The former Chalkboard Mag editor now makes healthy food way more accessible at Thrive Market—and she has a few (dozen) favorites.
How one woman went from human rights lawyer to advocating for a healthy bread revolution.
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Not sure how to get your daily kraut servings? Here are ideas for sneaking the superfood into a ton of dishes, from breakfast bowls to kale salads.
Learn how on a video Kitchen Visit, with Amanda Chantal Bacon of Moon Juice.
The Oliver Weston Company delivers bone broth, fermented vegetables, gluten-free breads, and much more to New York City's busy wellness gurus.
It's not just about cucumbers. Here are three pickled recipes for your end-of-summer produce.
These two fermented foods will do wonders for preventing pimples. (Not that you ever get them.)
You've been eating fermented foods for their probiotic properties, but what about their prebiotic cousins, which feed the healthy bacteria you've already got?
The Kombucha Revolution author shares three delectable recipes for doing happy hour, fermentation style.
The renowned healthy chef, instructor, and cookbook author gives us a peek inside his North Fork kitchen, where fermented foods abound and kale grows year-round.
Sure, it was the International Year of Quinoa...but you also loved reading about fermented foods, natural sweeteners, and more.
Hint—this version of the fermented classic is way better than the pasteurized stuff in your grocery aisle.
Fermentation isn't just an ancient way of preserving food, it's a full-blown health movement. Here's why, and what you should be eating.
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