Fermup The Fermented Food Podcast

64: Exploding Cans of Fish

This week we talk about the recent Surstromming incident in Sweden, a beer brewing C02 digester, arsenic in rice bran used for nukazuke, and more.

Show notes:

[Sweden fire turns cans of rotten fish into exploding missiles BBC News](http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-27258303)
[Surströmming cans exploded in boathouse fire Hudiksvall](http://helahalsingland.se/hudiksvall/1.7098350-surstromming-cans-exploded-in-boathouse-fire)
[Fermented herring explosion causes a stink Radio Sweden Sveriges Radio](http://sverigesradio.se/sida/artikel.aspx?programid=2054&artikel=5851618)
[Algae Meets Breweries: algae greenhouse lowers brewery CO2 Kickstarter](https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/algaebeer/algae-meets-breweries-algae-greenhouse-lowers-brew)
[Pickled Green Strawberries Fermenters Club](http://www.fermentersclub.com/green-strawberries/)
[Organic Farming in San Diego Suzie’s Farm](http://suziesfarm.com/)
[Superfood rice bran contains arsenic New Scientist](http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn14592-superfood-rice-bran-contains-arsenic.html#.U2gYuK1dWLV)

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