4 Most Popular Fermentation’s Book Review

3 Most Popular Fermentation’s Book Review

Fermentation enthusiasts and culinary explorers, gather ’round! If you’ve ever found yourself captivated by the magic of microorganisms and the transformative power of fermentation, you’re in for a treat. In today’s blog post, we’re diving deep into the world of fermentation by reviewing three of the most popular and influential books on the subject. Whether … Read more

8 Must-Read Books for Personal Development

8 Must-Read Books for Personal Development

In a world where personal growth and self-improvement are highly valued, books are powerful tools for transformation. Whether you’re on a quest to enhance your productivity, foster a growth mindset, or build resilience, the right book can be your guiding light. Here, we present a curated list of eight must-read books for personal development, each … Read more

Unlocking Wisdom: A Journey Through 6 Must-Read Philosophy Books

Unlocking Wisdom A Journey Through 6 Must-Read Philosophy Books

Philosophy, hailed as the quest for wisdom itself, serves as a beacon illuminating the complexities of life, morality, and the very core of existence. In our exploration, we embark on a journey through six seminal philosophy books—cornerstones that have not only left an indelible mark on human thought but continue to spark the flames of … Read more

Korea Town–A Book Review

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 different. Because we believe in education at Fermentools, please read this review to see how the Korean people ferment their foods. Koreatown Book Review- A Fermented Tour Through Korean American Food Any cookbook … Read more

Book Review–Fermentation for Beginners

Fermentation for Beginners

Fermentation for Beginners, by Julie Eldred, is a cookbook for fermented food with recipes for kraut, kimchi, créme fraiche, water kefir, and other fermented beverages. My favorites are the ones that combine regular ingredients with fermented ingredients, such as a pea salad with bacon and créme fraiche, spicy and creamy potatoes, and several fermented fruit salad recipes. … Read more

Book Review: Classic Sourdoughs

Book Review Classic Sourdoughs

At Fermentools, we want you to have the much knowledge about fermenting foods as possible. That is why we like to share different resources with you. I hope you enjoy this review of Classic Sourdoughs: A Home Baker’s Handbook. So many people have given up on bread.  Bread has been blamed for everything from indigestion, diarrhea, constipation, … Read more

Book Review: Water Kefir Handbook

Water Kefir Handbook

At Fermentools, we believe in education. Learning all you can about fermentation, whether its the food you’re interested in eating or not, whether its your culture or not, will help you to understand the entire process. Enjoy this review of a book on water kefir. If you want to get started with water kefir, you … Read more

Moonshine! — A Book Review


In an effort to help educate folks in the art of fermentation, we like to include book reviews on the subject. After all, fermenting foods goes well beyond the head-of-cabbage-to-sauerkraut realm, as this review demonstrates. If fermented beverages (or how to make moonshine) are your thing, read on for Ashley’s insightful review of Moonshine! by … Read more

Asian Pickles–A Book Review

Asian Pickles–A Book Review

Asian cuisine is a rich tapestry of flavors, colors, and traditions that have been captivating the taste buds of food enthusiasts around the world. In the heart of this culinary journey lies a hidden gem – the art of pickling. From the tangy, crunchy kimchi of Korea to the delicate, aromatic pickles of Japan, the … Read more

Sacred and Herbal Healing Beers–A Book Review

Sacred and Herbal Healing Beers

Review of Sacred and Herbal Healing Beers, the Secrets of Ancient Fermentation, by Stephen Harrod Buhner. (Siris Books: Boulder, CO) 1998. Fermentation is an ancient art.  People have been doing it for millennia.  It makes sense then that it is surrounded by mystery as well as history. The history of mead, ale, and beer making is … Read more