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How to Make Fermented Foods and Get Your Kids to Like them
I’m so excited to be teaching people how to make fermented foods over at Crunchymamascience.com today. These foods are some the most powerful and healing foods we can eat. They are not as hard or labor intensive to make. You can make a batch of fermented foods in as little as 3 minutes. Head over to my buddy Emily’s blog, Crunchymamascience.com, and learn to make fermented foods yourself. Get a great kid-friendly recipe as well.
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