Here are some of my favorite resources that will help you along your Grow Forage Cook Ferment journey! Please note that some of these are affiliate links, which means that if you end up buying something from them after clicking the link, I get a small percentage at no extra cost to you. I am very picky about who I choose to be an affiliate with, so rest assured that these are the best of the best! This is one way you can help support my blogging endeavor, and I thank you for that.
Useful Books (and eBooks) that I Love
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Real Food Cookbooks:
Mountain Rose Herbs
For all of your herbal needs, Mountain Rose Herbs has it. They will most likely have any dried culinary or medicinal herbs that you might want, in addition to essential oils, teas, ingredients (such as carrier oils and beeswax), and tins for all of your herbal creations. It really is an awesome all in one resource.
The Herbal Academy
The Herbal Academy is a great place to learn about herbalism in a more in depth way, and they have many different online courses to choose from. I’ve taken the Intro to Herbs course and loved it! I am currently in the middle of the Intermediate course, which has really taught me a lot so far.
Preserving your harvest is important no matter how big or small your garden might be, and the Excalibur Dehydrator is one resource that can make this task easier. Canning is popular, of course, but dehydrating is another way to to make your fruits and vegetables shelf stable for long periods of time. Plus, you can use your dehydrator for many other things like making yogurt, jerky, fruit leathers, backpacking meals and drying medicinal herbs. I literally use mine all the time!
Adventures in Homebrewing
I like to brew… no, wait. I LOVE to brew! Home brewing wine, mead, cider and beer is super fun and can become addictive. It’s so rewarding to make your own homemade fermentables, but it does require a small amount of equipment to begin. Adventures in Homebrewing is just the place to get that equipment. Plus, they sell all different varieties of beer brewing kits at good prices, which is awesome. Yay, homebrew!