Debbie Donnald, left, and Audrey Lin, right, mix a batch of carrots and ginger  before placing them in fermenting buckets. They grow fresh vegetables at Two Chicks Farm in Orange County and  sell  probiotic fermented vegetable products.
Debbie Donnald, left, and Audrey Lin, right, mix a batch of carrots and ginger before placing them in fermenting buckets. They grow fresh vegetables at Two Chicks Farm in Orange County and sell probiotic fermented vegetable products. hlynch@newsobserver.com
Debbie Donnald, left, and Audrey Lin, right, mix a batch of carrots and ginger before placing them in fermenting buckets. They grow fresh vegetables at Two Chicks Farm in Orange County and sell probiotic fermented vegetable products. hlynch@newsobserver.com

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