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Hi, Mikeey. You can also try Kimchee, a fermented cabbage made with garlic and chili. It can be added to soup, pasta, noodles, meat dishes, fish after you've finished cooking, or as a condiment on sandwiches or burgers, hot dogs or eaten on its own. It has a strong garlic flavour so you'll have garlic breath, but so what, it's good for you. If you can tolerate cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, then you probably can digest Kimchee. It has chili and if you don't want it so chili-spicy you can lightly rinse it and still eat the cabbage. I hope you can tolerate this or sauerkraut. Check the ingredients label to make sure it doesn't have tiny bits of kale, and find the jar that is okay for you. Get the smallest jar for testing. Also try Greek yoghurt for probiotics. The other yogurts are full of sugar, honey, additives and have fruity-bottoms. Try one thing at a time so you know which one is working (or not) for you. Good luck!

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