Top Fermented Foods
Dry Curd Cottage Cheese or Farmer’s Cheese, or fermented cottage cheese
Certain aged cheeses (check label for live and active cultures)
Tempeh (choose gluten free)
Pickles (in salt, not vinegar)
Sauerkraut (choose refrigerated)
Kombucha (no sugar)
Other probiotic drinks (no sugar), like beet Kvass, apple ciderFermented Foods for Gut Health — https://www.umassmed.edu/nutrition/blog/blog-posts/2019/6/fermented-foods-for-gut-health/
I’ve spent some time at the request of a reader to list the top fermented foods for gut health. Many websites have very similar lists. If you’re interested in learning more about what some of these foods are the Healthline article 8 Fermented Foods and Drinks to Boost Digestion and Health is a decent source. https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/8-fermented-foods
But if you really want to learn about fermented foods you’ll never eat because you won’t find a store nearby that carries them read the Wikipedia article https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_fermented_foods
Although I think I can get Bánh cuốn at the Vietnamese grocery store.
The take home lesson is simple. Find a few fermented foods you enjoy eating and eat them often. Beet Kvass? No thanks. I’ll stick with yogurt, pickles, and sauerkraut.