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Are Fermented Foods Good For Digestion

Today we hear from Jennifer Lippe, who lives in the beautiful area of Maine. She and her family enjoy the benefits of having sufficient land to keep chickens and grow their own fruit and vegetables.

Since reading this blog, Jen (already a dab hand in the kitchen!) has embraced the idea of fermenting foods. Last year I got to wondering what on earth she may next place in a jar! (It’s okay. I don’t think she’s about to pickle her husband!)

I want to thank Sarah for her love of REAL food and sharing it through her various social media platforms. I’ve learned so much about the benefits of fermented foods and have tried recipes that I would never have embarked on without some guidance. I’ve attempted making some of my own fermented recipes that will need tweaking, but that’s half the fun of it. I love the idea of eating food that is optimal for digestive health.

I’ve incorporated Sarah’s homemade cereals every day into our daily family routine and my kids love it! Homemade cereal can also be morphed into a fantastic bar that’s great for a snack or breakfast on the go. The main thing I’ve learned from Sarah is that healthy food doesn’t have to look unappealing or taste bland.

Her recipes, her pictures, her stories say otherwise..

Thanks again Sarah for sharing your passion with all of us.

Jen, I’ve been impressed with your enthusiastic fermentation. I remember you bottling almost any fruit that dared to look you in the eye last year. You did make me laugh when some of them didn’t taste so good. I remember one that resembled an alien in the jar!

You’ve such a lovely lifestyle, growing your own produce. I know you’re already planning this season and if I were your neighbour, I know I’d be turning to you for advice too!

So happy that you’ve picked up some new nutrition tips here and thank you for sharing your story.

See you tomorrow, for the low down on why wheat affects so many of negatively. I think you’ll find it very interesting!

smiling buddhist monk

 

About the Author Sarah Jackson

I love to experiment with food, write, read, walk by the river, watch vintage TV dramas, good documentaries and comedy.

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