Ferment
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Ferment
radio

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 micro and macro transformations

Fermentation can incite social action, spark creativity, and bring surprising new tastes to our lives.
My name is Aga Pokrywka and I invite you to join us in a conversation on living interconnectivities: from macro to micro, from societal to cellular, and from global to personal.

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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.

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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 presents various takes on gentle and long-lasting transformations inspired by microorganisms. Whether in science, gastronomy, or art, fermentation creates the right conditions for constant and continuous change.

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