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Tagged: fermenting Sandor Katz food waht we eat

Unfortunately, fermented foods have largely disappeared from the Western diet, much to the detriment of our health and economy. Fermented foods are a powerful aid to digestion and a protection against disease. And because fermentation is, by nature, an artisanal process, the disappearance of fermented foods has hastened the centralization and industrialization of our food supply, to the detriment of small farms and local economies.”

Sally Fallon 

from the Forward to Wild Fermentation by Sandor Katz.

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TIME magazine names Collaborative Consumption as one of the top trends of 2010.

The term collaborative consumption is used to describe the cultural and economic force away from ‘hyper-consumption’ to re-invented economic models of sharing, swapping, bartering, trading or renting that have been enabled by advances in social media and peer-to-peer online platforms.

Here Rachel Botsman shares her mission to make sharing cool.