5 EASY WAYS TO INCORPORATE FERMENTED FOODS INTO YOUR DIET
We recommend you that you start with Kombucha off course.
And preferably, kombucha by Laurent !
1) Kombucha: fermented tea you can find it in your favourite stores,restaurant bars, or on our website http://www.kombuchabylaurent.pl
2) Unpasteurized Sauerkraut: fermented cabbage found in the refrigerator section of your grocery store made without vinegar. Eat alongside eggs, rice dishes, steamed veggies, burgers and use the juice in salad dressing, soups or sauces.
3) Unpasteurized Apple Cider Vinegar: Use in salad dressings, sauces or dips. Apple Cider Vinegar can also be used as digestive aid especially for heart burn. Simply drink up to 1-2 cl minutes before meals to stimulate digestive juices and maximize your digestion.
4) Unpasteurized pickles: fermented cucumbers found in the refrigerator section of your grocery store made without vinegar. Top on burgers, sandwiches, wraps or simply eat on their own.
5) Consider your background: Does your culture have traditional fermented foods? Here in Poland we have a lot of fermented foods. So this is the perfect place 🙂 Do you remember your parents/grandparents consuming certain ones? Many people find these foods the most familiar and therefore the easiest to adapt into their diet.
Remember to start slow when first introducing fermented foods into your daily diet and work your way up. Bacteria produces gas and eating too much too quickly may cause an increase in gas and bloating as the healthy microflora re-colonizes.