CHICAGO Long before refrigeration, fermentation was used as a means to extend the shelf life of perishable foods. Nomadic tribes would fill sheepskin backpacks with milk and microbial-loaded grains, which fermented the lactose into lactic acid, producing a satiating drinkable yogurt to nourish during their journeys. [more...]
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