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Good For Your Gut

Did you know that some of the best foods in the world - bread, cheese, beer, wine, and even chocolate - are fermented? Let's break it down for you: fermentation is one of the oldest food manufacturing processes, and it's simply when sugar is converted (by yeast or bacteria) to acids, gases, or alcohol. Fermented foods are better for you and easier to digest because they've got all sorts of good probiotics, vitamins, and enzymes. We're very excited, to say the yeast.