We Ferment respects and honours the family of microbes – the Lactobacillus genus of bacteria – that make our funky ferments possible. The naturally fermented products that we sell are never pasteurised, canned or otherwise processed in any way to maximise shelf life. This food is very much alive. We prefer this natural process over pickling with… Read more »
Our latest partners, featured in the upcoming Explorer Box for July, Sam and Amy from The Fermentation Station. They have a unique concept, creating amazing seasonal ferments, based in Liverpool. Here’s Amy answering our most pressing questions: What’s the story that got you into fermenting food? Fermenting food and drinks was always a home passion… Read more »
We are delighted to feature Kimchi and Radish in the Explorer Box this June. We shipped their original Kimchi which is Vegan (no fish sauce). Founder Jihyun Kim, or Kimmy, personally delivered her delicious kimchi and kindly answered our questions (later over email, ssshhh!). Here’s Kimmy answering our most pressing questions: What’s the story that… Read more »
To kick off this new section on our blog, we are featuring Jamie Ferments, based in South East London. We featured Jamie’s Kimchi, Kale Kraut and Piccalilli Kraut in the our Explorer Box in April and May. His piccalilli truly stands out as one of the more unique ferments we’ve had: well balanced, crunchy cauliflower… Read more »
Hello there, Youre one of the first people to receive a box from We Ferment. I hope it survived the journey, the jars are intact and you are enjoying the ferments. If you do, please tell your friends.
A few helpful videos explaining the science behind your gut microbiome.
This article was written by Sebastian Catana, nutritionist-dietitian with a passion for educating. Sebastian has a Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Timisoara, Romania. Apart from his practice and individual coaching, Sebastian is employed by companies to hold nutrition, health and lifestyle-related seminars (sebastiancatana.ro). He is also… Read more »
A review of the scientific research on consuming Fermented Foods We Ferment has started keeping track of the scientific evidence for health benefits coming from consuming live fermented foods, particularly vegetables. We created a Google Spreadsheet that we are sharing with you all. You can find it here