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Kristie Leong M.D. Apr 2
It’s not clear whether survive digestion insufficient numbers to have benefits. Why not add more foods to your diet?
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Kristie Leong M.D. Mar 1
What's trending in nutrition? In a national survey of registered dietitians, foods top the list of and nutrition trends for 2018. No wonder, fermented foods are a natural way to support & the gut is where 70% of the immune system resides.
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CoreSundayMarket May 10
Got Gut Problems? IBS, leaky gut, candida, a foggy head, diarrhea, cramping, bloating??? Then fermented vegetables could be your saviour!
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Paul Cotter May 29
I can retire know...I’ve been quoted in today’s Daily Mail food
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Cristie Preston PhD Jun 1
Ever seen a tree? One of the only trees that the nut is on the outside of the . Don’t eat the fleshy part, it is toxic... but I hear it can be into !
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C Veggie Jun 17
Just made the next batch of carrotts with ginger & chilli flakes. They'll be ready in about 2-3 weeks. They're so yummy; even the kids eat them...
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Nicole Maree Kohlman Jun 17
Food from KAFE in Ubud with some great food options! Very Berry Smoothie, Zucchini Rolls and Flax Crackers, Tempeh Curry!
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Cafe Bärbucha Jun 14
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Eco-Eats™ Partyware Jun 16
Shout out to one of our favorite spots to pick up and learn how to make organic foods, and , the Fermentation Farm Costa Mesa.
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CCFM Jun 16
The BUCH is BACK 💦 @insaniteakombucha 750 Carondelet 8-12pm
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CPFoodMarket Jun 16
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Michelle Pfennighaus Jun 15
Wanna learn how to make your own kimchi. It's easy, fun...and you can make it as spiiiiiiicy as you like :-)
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Green Lab Jun 15
Come along to our on Thursday 28th June, its month and our residents & will be sharing their projects with you - their will also be some treats to try -
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Soft Launch London Jun 15
We’ve got a good gut feeling about this 😍 try today and this weekend for 50% off food in Old Spitalfields Market! . .
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Philip Moscovitch Jun 14
Made idlis for supper. A South Indian sort-of dumpling made with lightly rice and split peas. Like many fermented foods, relatively easy. Just requires a bit of planning and time. Soaked rice and dal yesterday, fermented overnight.
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Lisa Andrews Jun 14
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Nicky Kyle Gardening Jun 14
Thanks so much for the compliment!😊Perhaps you may have missed the recipe section? That's where I also post recipes such as how to make curd cheese, and my own recipes like 'Easy Eat the Rainbow Egg Wraps'
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Troy DeRego Jun 14
Oatmeal Stout Craft Beer Grain Crackers are always a good idea! 💡 💡 💡
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Living Alchemy Jun 13
Maca has been revered in balancing the body for hundreds of years. Long with our Kefir-kombucha culture, becomes Maca Alive: the foundational support for every day.
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Christy Spackman Jun 13
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