[Sampler DIY Set of 4 Starter Cultures] to Make Miso, Tamari, Amazake, Soy Sauce, Natto & Tempeh and More!
All about Soy - Miso, Tamari, Soy Sauce, Natto & Tempeh Sampler Set of Cultures
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Soy beans, an integral ingredient of Asian cuisine, is the ultimate umami powerhouse! Undeniably, fermented soy is superior to unfermented soy as it is:
- Lower in anti-nutrient substances that act as toxins in your body
- Easier to digest and less likely to cause gastric distress
- Lower in phytates that prevent the absorption of minerals like calcium, magnesium, iron, and zinc
- High in vitamin K2, an important nutrient for supporting bone and cardiovascular health
Experimental Benefits of Soy (from published sources):
- Helps with Digestion
- Reduces Inflammation
- Promotes Healing and Recovery
- Helps with IBS, ulcers, Crohn's disease
- Muscle soreness
- May help with fighting cancer
- May Promote Longevity
Make fermented Soy, 4 ways using 4 different types of cultures! (4-4-4) Click on Links Below for details:
- 25g Tempeh Cultures (using Rhizopus oryzae Ragi) - (Fermentation time: 2-3 days)
- 10g Natto Cultures (using Bacillus subtilis var. natto) - ( Fermentation time: 1-2 days)
- 200g Miso, Tamari, Amazake Cultures (using Aspergillus oryzae Koji) - ( Fermentation time: 1-3 months)
- 20g Soy Sauce Cultures (using Aspergillus sojae Koji) - ( Fermentation time: 6 months-1yr)
Basic Recipes are available as a download after purchase in your online account. Please make sure to create one.
Store in a cool and dry place or in the fridge. See package for best by date.