Zymbiotics, LLC. are makers of fine naturally lacto-fermented foods including Jeff’s Zauerkraut, Jeff’s Ginger Zarrots, Jeff’s Zimchi and Jeff’s Vegan Zimchi. These prebiotic and probiotic ferments are delicious and nutritious. We strive to use locally sourced vegetables for our products to reduce environmental impact wherever possible. Educating the community on the health benefits of cultured foods is a fundamental part of our mission. Our products are perfect for those following a raw, paleo, low carb, low calorie, vegetarian or vegan diet.
Betty Holloway: MNS, RD, CD received her masters in Clinical Nutrition from Cornell and is a registered dietitian in the area of weight management and integrative medicine. As an instructor for NuGenesis, she educates children and adults on the health benefits of a nutrient dense diet. Through her business, Nutriphoria LLC, she teaches hands on plant-based cooking. (www.nutriphoria.com) Betty’s mission is to create a path to greater vitality and freedom from disease through nutrition, education and culinary practice. She believes that fresh whole foods are therapeutic and taste great. Betty has been instrumental in the development of Zymbiotics, LLC. by helping to develop the recipes for our ferments and sharing her wealth of knowledge regarding the health benefits of our products.
Jeff Ziebelman: BS UW Madison has refined the recipes and is working on maintaining the quality of our ferments as we scale up the process. He is talking with our customers, chefs, retail stores and restaurants to learn to craft the products to meet the needs and desires of our customers. Jeff’s background includes starting and running several companies, as well as extensive experience in sales and marketing. He looks forward to growing Zymbiotics, LLC and in helping to educate our customers to the health benefits of fermented foods.
Mammoth Produce was started by Ed as a teenager. After marrying in 1976, he and Diane began selling at the Dane County Farmers’ Market. The farm’s name came later, after mammoth remains were found on-site. They raise cabbage, kohlrabi, broccoli, cauliflower, peppers, and eggplant.