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Tag Archives: book review

  • Book Review: Big Book of Kombucha

    Do you make kombucha? If you do and struggle with it, or if you don't make kombucha because you're not quite sure if it's safe or easy, read this post. Chris' review of The Big Book of Kombucha will prompt you to read the book. And from there, you will be a kombucha afficianado.
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  • Fresh Food from Small Spaces--A Book Review

    At Fermentools, we want you to have the best knowledge about fermenting foods as possible. That is why we like to share different resources with you. I hope you enjoy this review of Fresh Food from Small Spaces. For more great resources, click Book Reviews in the sidebar.
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  • Wild Fermentation--A Book Review

    When learning a new skill, having a list of go-to books on the subject is always helpful. That is why Fermentools loves to include book reviews for our readers. To find more helpful books on fermenting, simply click "Book Reviews" in the sidebar.
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  • Fermented Vegetables--A Book Review

    When learning a new skill, having a list of go-to books on the subject is always helpful. That is why Fermentools loves to include book reviews for our readers. To find more helpful books on fermenting, simply click "Book Reviews" in the sidebar.
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  • The Art of Making Fermented Sausages

    Fermentools' main objective is to see you succeed in your fermenting endeavors. That is why we regularly review the best books on the topic. The Art of Making Fermented Sausages by Stanley and Adam Marianski is just such a book. Continue reading for Ashley's insights into this wonderful fermenting resource.
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  • Nourishing Traditions Book of Baby & Child Care

    Many parents think that introducing fermented foods to their children will cause a revolt. Maybe for some picky eaters, it does. That's why we have covered that topic in Five Ways to Introduce Fermented Foods to Kids and gave you some ideas for child-friendly snacks in Healthy Fermented Lunchbox Treats. If you have the option of starting at infancy, you are a step ahead of the game. And that is just what The Nourishing Traditions Book of Baby & Child Care will do for you. Continue reading Ashley's review for more information.
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  • Nourishing Traditions Book Review

    At Fermentools, we want you to have the best knowledge about fermenting foods as possible. That is why we like to share different resources with you. I hope you enjoy this review of Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon.
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  • Preserving Food without Freezing or Canning

    At Fermentools, we believe in education. That is why we review the best books on fermentation for you. For more book reviews, click here.
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  • Sacred and Herbal Healing Beers--A Book Review

    At Fermentools, we believe in education. That is why we like to review the best in fermenting books. To read some other excellent reviews, click here.
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  • Korea Town--A Book Review

    Learning the art of fermentation is one thing. Learning how it is done around the world, in other cultures, is something else entirely. Because we believe in education at Fermentools, please read this review to see how the Korean people ferment their foods.
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