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

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

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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