3 Have more fer­mented food

Time Out Kuala Lumpur - - Eating And Drinking -

KLites can’t re­sist food trends – from long queues for salted egg yolk crois­sants to the truly hor­rific in­cor­po­rate-nasi-lemak-into- ev­ery­thing at­ti­tude, it’s ‘ been there, done that’ for us. Here’s the next band­wagon to hop on: fer­mented food. It’s good for your gut as nat­u­ral fer­men­ta­tion pre­serves nu­tri­ents in food and breaks it down to a more di­gestible form, cre­at­ing pro­bi­otics dur­ing the fer­men­ta­tion process that aids di­ges­tion. Now that you know the ben­e­fits, here’s where to go for your fill of fer­mented food and drinks: think pro­bi­otic ke­fir so­das at health restau­rant Fit­tie Sense, kom­bucha at Shah Alam café Com­mon­ers Space, kim­chi at any good Korean place, and more.

àFit­tie Sense, 23A Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar (03 2858 4023/ fb.com/ my­fit­tiesense). Mon & Wed-Sun, 10am-10pm. Com­mon­ers Space, 71 Jalan Snuker 13/28, Seksyen 13, Shah Alam (013 335 7762/ fb.com/ com­mon­er­scar­tel). Mon-Wed & Sat-Sun, 10am-10pm; Fri, 4-10pm.

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