Natto, the slimy soybean snack
Today’s Video of the Day from the American Chemical Society describes Natto, an ancient Japanese food that looks like slimy soybeans, has a pungent smell, and is an acquired taste.
Natto, which is made by fermenting soybeans using bacteria, is often eaten as a high protein breakfast and is considered by some experts to be a superfood.
Scientists are exploring the potential health benefits of Natto, including its protective effect on the heart.
Video Credit: American Chemical Society