Functional ferments

Sauerkraut and Kimchi

Functional food is food that has health promoting or disease preventing benefits.

A functional ferment is fermented food that is also classified as a functional food due to it’s beneficial health promoting microbes (probiotics), enzymes, vitamins, minerals and enhanced bio-availability of nutrients.

Functional ferments include:

Milk Kefir

A fermented milk beverage with a tangy, sour taste. It contains minerals, vitamins, essential amino acids, conjugated linoleic acid and a wide variety of probiotics (beneficial yeast and bacteria).

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Sauerkraut is fermented chopped cabbage with a tangy, sour taste that is eaten as a condiment. Raw, live Sauerkraut (unpasteurised and without vinegar) is probiotic rich and considered a Superfood.

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Kimchi is a traditional Korean condiment consisting of fermented vegetables and spices. This nutrient-dense superfood is named as one of the “World’s Five Healthiest Foods” by Health Magazine.

Read more about Kimchi and it’s health benefits here