Sandor Katz

How to Ferment Your Own Foods

All long lived cultures eat a good amount of fermented foods.

Since refrigeration came to the U.S. precious little of these beneficial lactobacillus friendly bacteria enter into our digestive track.

These little guys are quite necessary for proper digestion and bowel function. Is the lack of these cultures a key to the massive digestive dysfunctions we are experiencing as a culture?

Hear Sandoz Katz, aka Sandorkraut, take us through the world of fermented foods. it is easy, fun and so beneficial.

He is the author of “Fermentation, the flavor, nutrition and craft of live cultured foods” and other resources are available at

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