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    Re: B12: a BIG part of the answer is here...

    According to some, sourdough is probably better for you than yeast - but although there are some old report suggesting that sourdough contains B12, I wouldn't rely on sourdough bread as a B12 source...
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    Re: B12: a BIG part of the answer is here...

    Hi vpint, I merged this thread with your other thread about kimchi etc.

    That's great! There are studies that report that kimchi has some sort of B12 in it, but even if these products work for...
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    Re: B12: a BIG part of the answer is here...

    It does happen in humans as well, and there's a discussion about this somewhere else in this B12 section.

    One thing that's being discussed is where the synthesis happens (B12 that's generated...
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    Re: B12: a BIG part of the answer is here...

    B12 synthesis may happen in animals, but need cobalt and some B12 synthesizing bacteria to happen, and for the records, B12 produced for use in supplements also needs cobalt and bacteria.

    Where...
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    Re: B12: a BIG part of the answer is here...

    Thanks. I've seen this report from 1959 mentioned a few times, but again: newer info suggests that not only were there never any real study happening, but also that there weren't even a group vegans...
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    Re: B12: a BIG part of the answer is here...

    That would depend on a number of factors, like the cobalt levels in the soil. which plants we a re talking about, how fresh the food was eaten, if the plants were eaten cooked or raw, if the water...
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    Re: B12: a BIG part of the answer is here...

    Hi vpint, and welcome...
    The really interesting aspect of all this is IMO if the B12 that can be found in eg. sourdough bread and sauerkraut (etc) is active, bioavailable; the amount of...
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