Many methods of food preservation are effective, but few are as long-established as fermentation. The natural process, in which microbial enzymes act on and convert a substrate, has been used for millennia, dating back to ancient Mesopotamia and the making of bread and beer.
With 2020 almost in the rearview mirror, it’s time to look forward to the second year of the decade.
Natural, time-tested ingredients can be used in innovative ways in an ever-evolving marketplace. One case in point: vinegar.
The first meat snacks were consumed thousands of years ago, as travelers tucked dried meats into camel or horse saddles for nourishment during long journeys.
Even before the current global health crisis, interest in plant-based ingredients and natural food solutions was surging.
How practicality and creativity are hallmarks of the 2020 marketplace.
It’s not surprising that people want to shore up their personal health and wellness during a global health crisis.