What is Japan's Stinkiest Superfood?

Great Big Story -- Nov 24

Have you tried nattō? If not, don't worry as we're here to help you expand your palette.

Nattō are soybeans that have been fermented by a bacteria called Bacillus subtilis, which naturally exists in rice straw. Atsuya Okuno, a third-generation nattō producer, shares the fascinating history of this traditional Japanese dish.