Recipes from Fermented Foods for Vitality & Health

Fermented Foods Cookbook

For thousands of years, people have been making naturally fermented vegetables, fruits, dairy products and ales. Japanese cuisine features fermented pickles, miso and kombucha, a fermented tea now commonplace in New York City. In South Korea, live cultured cabbage, or kimchi, is a culinary mainstay and is spreading far and wide. Sourdough bread, made from naturally fermented dough is now coveted across the world.These fermented foods transform sugars and carbohydrates into probiotic powerhouses, containing friendly bacteria that help to maintain a healthy digestive tract. This can help increase energy levels, stabilize blood pressure and lead to healthier, radiant-looking skin. Creative chef, teacher and health-food expert Dunja Gulin presents over 60 tantalizing ways to introduce fermented foods to your everyday diet.

Two bowls of vegan miso soup on a grey cloth on a grey board with a spoon resting on the board.

Vegan Miso Soup

A Japanese classic turned vegan, this miso soup is so quick and lovely we suspect no one will ever notice the difference.