Hot Foods Trends That Are Worth Trying (Page 8)


Pictured Recipe: Quick Kimchi


This Korean dish of fermented vegetables has seen a rise in interest along with other fermented foods, including yogurt and kombucha. Besides provides phytonutrients and fiber, kimchi also supplies Lactobacillus and other "good" bacteria that some experts think can help boost immune defenses.

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