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How Fermented Foods Help Humanity Through Uncertain Times

For thousands of years, preserving food through fermentation offered safe harbor against the unknown.

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The farmers of ancient Nepal feared invasion during times of war. Their fields and homes, and the food produced there, were liable to fall into the hands of their enemies. To protect against this…

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