Many people have turned to fermented foods such as natto (pictured) and kimchi, and even to home fermenting, as the pandemic increases their awareness of a healthy diet. Photo: Toronto Star via Getty Images Many people have turned to fermented foods such as natto (pictured) and kimchi, and even to home fermenting, as the pandemic increases their awareness of a healthy diet. Photo: Toronto Star via Getty Images
Many people have turned to fermented foods such as natto (pictured) and kimchi, and even to home fermenting, as the pandemic increases their awareness of a healthy diet. Photo: Toronto Star via Getty Images
Food and Drinks

Beets, pears, natto? How Covid-19 is changing the way we eat, from healthier meals to growing awareness of the food system’s uncomfortable truths

  • Covid-19 has seen many re-evaluate their diets, with some pivoting to more healthy meals, while those recovering from the virus search for things they can taste
  • It has also helped some learn more about the food system, such as the inhumane ways factory-farmed animals are raised, one expert says

Topic |   Food and Drinks
Many people have turned to fermented foods such as natto (pictured) and kimchi, and even to home fermenting, as the pandemic increases their awareness of a healthy diet. Photo: Toronto Star via Getty Images Many people have turned to fermented foods such as natto (pictured) and kimchi, and even to home fermenting, as the pandemic increases their awareness of a healthy diet. Photo: Toronto Star via Getty Images
Many people have turned to fermented foods such as natto (pictured) and kimchi, and even to home fermenting, as the pandemic increases their awareness of a healthy diet. Photo: Toronto Star via Getty Images
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