Books I refer to:

Bennett, Robin Rose.  (2014).  The Gift of Healing Herbs.  Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books.

Fallon, Sally. (2001). Nourishing Traditions. Washington, DC:  NewTrends Publishing, Inc.

Hoffman, David.  (1990).  Holistic Herbal.  Berwick upon Tweed, Great Britain:  Martins the Printers.

Katz, Sandor.  (2003).  Wild Fermentation.  White River Junction, VT:  Chelsea Green Publishing Company.

Prentice, Jessica.  (2006).  Full Moon Feast.  White River Junction, VT:  Chelsea Green Publishing Company.


Some great articles that I think are pertinent to fermenatation:


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This website makes mine seem rather redundant, because everything you need to know is probably there, including a great forum for question and answers:

If you are interested in raw milk:

For an online source of cultures:

More cultures and info about them (my tibicos comes from here):

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