Fermented Soybeans – Plant Based Vitamin K2 from Natto
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Fermented Soybeans – Plant Based Vitamin K2 from Natto

October 6, 2019


So this is where I get the Natto from, Food
Sing Trading. There we go, this is it. They’ve also got some good mushrooms here. Mushroom assorted
mix. Really good in soups. They got shiitake mushrooms too, that’s pretty cool. Natto, Natto man, I want to be a Natto man. Alright, guys, so it’s late at night, everyone
else is asleep but I still have to eat my Natto. If you don’t know what Natto is, it’s like
a Japanese dish. It’s basically fermented Soybeans and it tastes really really bad.
But it’s one of the only sources of plant based, well it is the only source of plant based
vitamin k2. Vitamin k2 isn’t known very well but vitamin k2 basically distributes the calcium
throughout your body to make sure that it gets in your bones and in your teeth and everything
like that. Basically, I prefer to eat Natto, fermented soybeans, instead of eating it through
the meat. Basically, I prefer to eat Natto, fermented
soybeans, instead of eating it through the meat. And actually, on Chronometer, which
calculates all the different nutrients within each food, Natto actually has way more k2
than a lot of the meat I was looking up. Anyway, I’m going to tuck into some of this.
It tastes really bad and look, check that out, it’s sticky. That’s just what it’s like,
it just comes like that, all sticky. This is how I do it. So you can take a vitamin
k supplement. You can take a vitamin k2 supplement but you know this isn’t mine this is my friends.
But you know I want to eat the real food you know what I’m saying? So you can take a vitamin k supplement. You
can take a vitamin k2 supplement but you know this isn’t mine this is my friends. But you
know I want to eat the real food you know what I’m saying? But you just got to do it. You just got to
do it. Just before you go to bed baby. Nah, I’m not going to go to bed yet I’ve got some
late night work to do. I just swallow it like pills. Oh, man. You
know you can mix it with mustard and it tastes a little better but I just prefer to swallow
it down with water. You might think, ‘why are you torturing yourself’.
You know, it doesn’t just have vitamin k2 in it. It has a lot of other vitamins in it.
It’s packed full of nutrition. So this is also a part of my daily beans. You know because
I eat at least 3 servings of legumes, beans, lentils, stuff like that, chickpeas. Anyway, guys, I’ve still got a little bit
to go. I’m not going to make you sit through the whole thing but I thought I’d just show
you kind of, you know. Oh, excuse me. Sorry about that. Oh yeah, and by the way, Natto, Natto, Potato,
Potata, Tomato, Tomato, I really don’t care guys. I like calling it Natto, it just sounds
cool, but you know it sounds like some international organization or something like that. Just
thought I’d put it out there that I know, I’m not sure how to pronounce it. Who knows maybe I like calling it natto because
it tastes so bad?

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  1. Japanese people often mix natto with grated daikon or grated Japanese yam potato. It improves the flavor. Mixing with other food with strong flavor like Kimchi helps to cover the taste,.too. Adding litte amount of vineger or mixing with refreshing vegetables like scallion or tomato also helps.

  2. here's a link, not sure on shipping out of the US, Vitamin D3 with K2 from Non Gmo fermented Natto 🙂
    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B014K3H73A/?pldnSite=1&th=1 Live Wise Naturals, in liquid form

  3. For my fooking god. That looks foooking disgusting! I'm thinking in buying the supplement after watching you. I didn't finish the video yet. I'm at 3:21

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