The AI does not love you, nor does it hate you, but you are made out of atoms it might find useful for something else. - Eliezer Yudkowsky
that and kimchi =D
probiotics they are.
He was also on Fresh Air fairly recently which was a good listen.
Btw, sort of off-topic but on food-borne illness still. About a decade ago after a few Disney cruises got massive outbreaks of food poisoning they determined which foods were the cause BUT they also found out that those who ate the contaminated food AND drank white wine during the meal were not affected. Apparently, some organization then mocked up a pig stomach and tested how wine inhibits pathogens in the stomach. White wine was the most effective because of the high acidity. Red wine was less effective, but still helped. They didn't test other alcohols, but said that there were probably benefits to other alcohols too. Wine, another good fermented product
Danny 'Zwiefel' Owen - 1971-2016 Moderator and Knife Knut for Eternity. RIP
There's some interesting reading in the modernist cuisine regarding wine and pathogens. Apparently it's especially effective when combined with thymol. I have a fermented sausage book that has a chart in it written by the Chinese version of the FDA, showcasing a sampling of herbs and spices and their effectiveness against a wide variety of pathogens. Very interesting stuff.