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Date Posted: 05:16:40 04/26/07 Thu
Author: Cricket
Subject: a question here about food preservation

Otay. I don't like doing food storage because let's face it, I would need only a one month supply of wheat, powdered milk and honey because after two weeks of eating it I would rather die.

But....it is the base for survival. Now here is the question: I have been doing a great deal of research online and in my home using sourdough starters (making my own leaven), and other fermented foods and have found that while leaven was not permitted the tribes of Israel in their flight from Egypt, it seems to me that modern revelation doesn't prohibit fermented foods.

Remember that discussion we were having about soy? The only way I can digest it is if it is in the form of miso.
The more research I did the more I realized that the mold/yeast spores help break down indigestible starches into digestible sugars, thus beginning the process of digestion through enzymatic activity.

So here is the question: Does modern day revelation prohibit fermented foods (no alcohol is involved unless
certain yeasts are added further along in the process, as in the making of alcoholic beverages) and have any of you had any experience with fermented foods OTHER than sourdough bread?

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