Microorganisms, digestion and the absolute best bread!

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Christine Austin

Microorganisms in food production. Nature uses microorganisms to carry out fermentation processes, and for thousands of years mankind has used yeasts, molds and bacteria to make food products such as breadbeer, wine,vinegar, yogurt and cheese, as well as fermented fishmeat and vegetables. microbewiki.kenyon.edu
Microorganisms grow in our gardens, orchards, on the green plants and grasses our animals eat; and really we should be consuming them on a daily bases.  But are we?  Think about it!  We buy a majority of our foods from where? The grocery stores, Costco, Frys, Safeway, or some other big name store.  Did they just pick the produce and it ends up at the grocery store? No!  Our food is so well Fumigated not one microorganisms lives on any produce we consume from the grocery store.  The produce comes from all over the world and they can’t have all those foreign bugs and parasites coming into the US, which is smart to kill them. But we will lack the microorganisms that live on the food and so we also lack those microorganisms in our digestion.
Here is a list of the common chemicals used to fumigate our foods
https://www.fumigationzone.com/services/fumigation
  • PHOSPHINE (PH3) Phosphine or hydrogen phosphine is an effective and widely used fumigant for stored commodity fumigations. …
  • SULFURYL FLUORIDE (SO2F2) …
  • METHYL BROMIDE (CH3BR) …
  • CARBON DIOXIDE (CO2) …
  • HEAT TREATMENT. …
  • CHLORINE DIOXIDE (CLO2) …
  • ETHYLENE OXIDE (C2H4O) …
  • PROPYLENE OXIDE (C3H6O)

If your anything like me I wash all my produce from the grocery store, with a little soap and cold water. So nothing is living on that tomato, spinach, zucchini and my favorite peaches.  So what is helping us digest our foods?  Maybe some good bacteria, but if we don’t eat well and we take to many antibiotics that year, even our good bacteria will be low.  Some of us are consuming fermented foods but we still are not getting the microorganisms that live on the produce.  Unless we grow our own garden, go peach picking in the spring and apple picking in the fall and eat the fruit right off the trees. We will not be consuming enough microorganisms or probiotics.  Even our dogs eat grass and I’m sure it’s not because they love the taste of grass.  I’ve raised sheep over the last 15 years and if they only eat hay not fresh grass they don’t live as long and produce quality yearlings.  I’m convinced it is the lack of good Microbes to ad in digestion.  I’ve been giving them fermented grains and that’s been helping the sheep.  So to have a healthy gut we need good bacteria, fermented foods and probiotics.  You’ll know when you have a healthy gut, eat some beans and if it causes you gas; then your not there yet.

Probiotic

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Probiotics are defined as microorganisms that are believed to provide health benefits when consumed.[1][2] The term probiotic is currently used to name ingested microorganisms associated with benefits for humans and animals.

I learned about microbial bread from a Mennonite lady friend that taught me how to grow a microbial bread starter and that was a real Blessing.  You can not do it on the kitchen counter, I grew it in my garden several times over the years.  I’ve killed it before, because if our family takes a vacation and I’m gone for to many days, it will die. This bread starter is probiotic and aerobic causing the carbohydrates, gluten, and the grain to be predigested before it is used by the human body. After eating the bread your stomach feels amazing and it’s a bit addictive, I admit. Even the animals love it.  If you would like more information on how to make this bread starter please just email me (plexylabs@gmail.com) and I’ll email you the two page booklet that you can print.

Phytic Acid impairs the absorption of iron, zinc and calcium, and may promote mineral deficiencies.  Phytic Acid is released when you soak your beans and grains.

List of things to help with better digestion .

Eat more fermented foods, like my grandmother did. Sauerkraut, lots of great recipes online.

Soak your rice or Quinoa in cold water for 5 or 6 hr. and rinse well before cooking, will cook quicker too.

Soak beans in cold water overnight and rinse.

Any whole Grains are better off soaked and rinsed before preparing.

Papaya Enzymes or other Enzymes, I take daily.

Probiotics