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Biota Fermentation - Pickled Carrots, 500g

C$8.99
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Quick Description

Biota Fermentation’s Pickled Carrots are a wonderful, colourful fermented good that can be used to top off your salads, bake in cakes or use as a side dish. 

Key Information

  • Excellent source of probiotic 
  • High in Vitamin A 
  • Naturally fermented 
  • Aids digestion 

Product Overview

Carrots are a naturally high source of vitamin A. Vitamin A is vital to the health of your vision, immune system, and reproduction. The fermentation process that takes place to create Biota’s fermented carrots boosts the nutritional value of the carrots. When fresh vegetables are fermented it enhances the levels of enzymes, vitamins, and minerals they contain.

Fermented foods are excellent for balancing gut health. Eating fermented vegetables can boost the healthy bacteria and probiotics found in your gut. Having a healthy gut has been proven to aid digestion, weight loss, mental health, immune system and much much more. 

Fermented foods are also safer to consume than fresh or raw vegetables. During the fermentation process lactic acid is produced. It is common for bacteria such as E. coli to be found on fresh produce. The lactic acid produced makes it impossible for bacteria such as E. coli to survive the fermentation process. 

Ingredients

Carrots, Vancouver Island salt, Coriander, Cinnamon stick.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I store the Biota Fermentation Pickled Carrots?

It can be difficult finding ways to use up all the veg in the fridge before something starts to go off. Biota Fermentation’s Pickled Carrots are the perfect way to keep long-lasting carrots handy without losing any nutritional value. The Pickled Carrots can be stored in a cool dark place before being opened and stored in the fridge once the lid has been popped.

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Biota Fermentation - Pickled Carrots, 500g
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