Fermentation Favorites

FERMENTATION

There is no denying it: the days are short and unless you planned for winter growing your garden is all about the root vegetables. Don’t let the winter get you down. There are plenty of garden goodies perfect for the changing weather.

A major part of Chelsea Green’s mission is to inspire you with ideas and practical tips. So whether you want to make the best cheese, find a new recipe, start cider makingpreserve those veggies or try fermentation for the first time —we have the book for you, and best of all we’ve put some of our keystone food books on sale.

So go ahead, make friends with the microbes in your life.

Happy Reading from the Employee Owners at Chelsea Green!


Discount Codes cannot be combined with any other offer and will not apply to sale books. Free shipping on orders $100 or more is applied after the discount is applied (U.S. orders only). Sale ends February 8th, 2018 at 11:59 pm EST


Fermentation Favorites

 

8 steps to Fermented Hot Sauce with Wild Greens

Make It »»

 

Kvass: A Nourishing, Fermented Beverage

Make It »»

 

Back to Basics with Fermentation

 Read  »»

 

Sourdough: Starting One and Maintaining It

 Make It »»

All Fermentation Books 25% Off
 

The Basics of Cider Making

 Read More »»

 

Brewing the Drink of the Gods: Mead Recipes

 Make It »»

 

DIY Dilly Beans: Voted “Best Snack Ever”

 Make It »»

 

Fresh Fig Pecan Bread

Make It »»

 

Ginger Carrots

 Make It »»

 

Fast Ricotta Cheese

 Make It »»

All Fermentation Books 25% Off

Fermentation Books: 25% Off

Wild Fermentation The Wildcrafting Brewer Miracle Brew

The New Cider Maker's Handbook Preserving Food without Freezing or Canning The Art of Fermentation

Make Mead Like a Viking The Heal Your Gut Cookbook The Art of Natural Cheesemaking

All Fermentation Books 25% Off

Recent Articles

Springtime Treat: Homemade Dandelion Beer Recipe

You can forget about waiting for your wine to ferment because we have a recipe for dandelion beer that will be ready in just a week! Who knew those weeds in your back yard could make such a fun beverage? Not to mention they’re packed with health benefits: “It’s mostly used as a tonic (the…

Read More

How to Cook the Perfect, Tender, Grass Fed Steak

Memorial Day is one of America’s first “BBQ Holidays” of the year. It’s finally warm enough to grill outside in most of the country, and almost everyone has the day off to bask in the glory of the coming summer. Treat your tastebuds to an ethical feast: grill up some grass fed steak this year!…

Read More

Good fences and good gates make good goats

So you’ve figured out how to move your goats, now how do you get them to stay in one place? We’re back with advice from fellow author and goat expert, Gianaclis Caldwell. She knows just how sneaky goats can be, so take her advice when considering the various options for fencing to keep your goats happy…

Read More

Asking the Right Questions: The Art of Herbal Formulation

The presentations of illnesses can vary greatly across patients, requiring specific alterations to formulas. As Hippocrates said, “It is more important to know what kind of person has a disease than to know what kind of disease a person has.” (But if the person has burns, bites, stings, or wounds, check these remedies out!) Learning how to…

Read More

From the Homemade Hooch Files: How to Make Dandelion Wine

Heads up: you definitely don’t want to be spraying weed killer on your dandelions. If your lawn is a total dandelion breeding ground, you are so close to having some delicious wine! Get out there and pick some so you can get started on fermenting a batch of flower wine. This drink is not only…

Read More