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Fermentation is a metabolic process in which microorganisms convert a carbohydrate, such as starch or sugar, into alcohol or acid.
Since time immemorial, fermentation has been used to preserve and enhance the taste of food in cultures all around the world.

A podcast series on bacterial and social fermentation

Fermentation is a metabolic process in which microorganisms convert a carbohydrate, such as starch or sugar, into alcohol or acid.
Since time immemorial, fermentation has been used to preserve and enhance the taste of food in cultures all around the world.

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Social Fermentation is a gentle and long-lasting transformation process inspired by microorganisms. Whether in science, gastronomy, or art, fermentation creates the right conditions for constant and continuous change.

Ferment Radio is hosted by multimedia wizardess Aga Pokrywka. Join her in conversation with artists, chefs, activists, researchers, and hackers to discuss living interconnectivities: from macro to micro, and from societal to cellular.

Ferment Radio is hosted by multimedia wizardess Aga Pokrywka. Join her in conversation with artists, chefs, activists, researchers, and hackers to discuss living interconnectivities: from macro to micro, and from societal to cellular.

Social Fermentation is a gentle and long-lasting transformation process inspired by microorganisms. Whether in science, gastronomy, or art, fermentation creates the right conditions for constant and continuous change.

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