Trying to keep your family healthy over the cold and flu season? On this week’s episode of the Perfectly Preserved Podcast, we delve into the use of honey fermented garlic as a natural immunity booster and offer the information you need to understand the safety concerns behind this practice.
We share how we came across honey fermented garlic and how it is made. You’ll learn about the multiple factors in the fermentation process of honey fermented garlic that pose a high risk of C botulinum. These include the use of honey, an anaerobic fermentation environment, low alkaline ingredients, and more.
In contrast to other natural immunity options, honey fermented garlic puts its consumers at risk of developing botulism and is not recommended according to safe food preservation practices.
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