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The Science and History of Fermented Food: "Almost every traditional culture has fermented some sort of food to prevent spoilage (3). A honey wine, called mead, is thought to be one of the most ancient preserved foods, dating back thousands of years. Weston A. Price, a dentist who travelled the world, studying primitive cultures found that almost all of the traditional cultures had some form of lacto-fermentation as part of their food culture."
If you love ketchup, then this homemade fermented ketchup recipe is for you. If you have 5 minutes, you have time to make homemade ketchup. It's an easy way to introduce fermented foods to children! From FrugalChicken