Time to announce a winner!
BAO (which stands for Bad Ass Organics) creates fermented vegetables, sauces and drinks using the 7000 year old method of fermentation providing tasty and probiotic rich products. The process of fermentation harnesses the best nature has to offer, using salt and naturally forming fermented acids to encourage the growth of beneficial micro organisms (probiotics).
Fermented foods are so healthy for us. Pickled cabbage, fermented juices and more strengthen your digestive and immune systems, as well as help support and build the natural ecosystem in your gut.
The delicious, fermented products from BAO are packed full of organic ingredients and vibrant probiotic bacteria. All BAO products are vegan.
Snack bars are so popular; I bet you have a one sitting in your purse or pantry right now. I always do! They’re an easy and convenient way to quell hunger and gain a burst of energy. I have tried many bars throughout my plant-based life, and now I’m putting another one to the taste test: FLYJOY Quinoa Bars.
I love almonds, but after drinking almond milk almost daily for a year, as well as eating raw almonds and using face products that contained almond oil, I noticed allergic reactions on my skin. It turns out that almonds and other tree nuts are some of the top offenders on the allergy chart. Luckily, I received two samples of Living Harvest Tempt Coconut Hemp Milk and found some new favorite milk as a replacement!
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