3 quick questions: What's your stance on fermented soy sauce? It's practically ubiquitious over here in Singapore) for Chinese food, and it's one of the largest obstacles when it comes to meals with my family. (The other is, of course, fats, but... (more)
Fermented soy is okay, in my book. What Matt said. Don't let it hold you back. I'm allergic (read: sensitive) to both soy and wheat, and soy sauce never bothers me.
I live in South East Asia, and I was wondering about the possible substitution of meat with tempeh from Indonesia. It is made from fermented soybeans. Does tempeh have lectins and is tempeh considered a healthy food in the paeleolithic diet?
What aspects would you take from this article and what would you discard? More tea/fish/less stress/fermented soy? http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2013/jun/19/japanese-diet-live-to-100 (more)
Does 100% fermented tofu exist? Will this still block absorbtion of calcium/iron/etc? What are some fermented soy products I can still incorporate into my diet? Looking for soy sauce, tofu/miso, i've already found some suitable pastes, but was... (more)