Purposeful Aging of Cheese, Meat, and Wine, Fermentation in Iceland, Korea, and Germany, Lactobacillus Bacteria, and Food Taste Changing With Altitude

Food like cheese, meat, wine etc. are intentionally aged because food which is fresh is often rubbery and without taste. Freezing helps to cure meats and kill parasites and aging can help create molds which help enhance flavors. In Iceland, fish is purposely rotted similar to fermentation techniques used in Korean kimchi and German sauerkraut. This allegedly aides in creating a distinct and unique flavor which is described. Inclination to certain flavors is now understood to be encoded in DNA bu...

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