History of Fermentation
Beer isn’t the only gift that this biological process gives us. Connecting word-of-mouth stories from Europe, the Middle East and Asia, we’ll share some fun and freaky stories about how fermentation’s advantages were discovered for the purposes of making Alcohol, Cheese, Salami, and more!
History of FermentationDuration
History of Fermentation00:05 hour(s)
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