Bee bread - Naturally fermented bee pollen - The way bees eat it - A true complete super food with super energy!
When the bee brings pollen back to the hive, they put it into the comb cells. After the cell is filled up to 2/3 with pollen, the rest is filled with honey and finally sealed with wax. Then anaerobic conditions appear. Anaerobic bacteria in synergy with a large variety of microbes, innumerate strains of yeast and different beneficial molds begin their work. Complex chemical structures are broken into simple bonds, for example proteins are broken into amino acids (in this way a lot of lactic acid and vitamin K is formed). While fermenting the pollen's inner container cell is broken down into substances that are easier to absorb. The lactic acid also can then be converted to glucose in the body, which is the main source of energy used throughout the body. After three months of fermentation the sweet and sour tasting beebread is ready.