What the heck is fermented cheese?
Fermented cheese is a great substitute for dairy cheeses but it also contains probiotics, which are essential for our gut health and well being. I learned about this several weeks ago, when I went to a super interesting workshop, led by Cheryl Paswater, a Certified Fermentationist and Health Coach based in Brooklyn, NY. In case you are wondering, the former refers to an occupation of healing through food science. Fermenting refers to the chemical reaction that foods undergo when placed in particular conditions.
Cheryl’s knowledge base and passion for helping families with Autistic children through cooking is impressive. I enjoyed listening to the interesting stories from her health journey. Originally trained as an artist, I was also struck by the originality she applies in producing gut friendly products and recipes.
Although not suitable for those with nut allergies, this recipe will definitely make dairy free eating folks super happy. Not only is fermented cheese a great substitute for dairy cheese but also it contains probiotics, which are essential intestinal microorganisms wildly believed to improve our gut health.
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