The Wildcrafting Brewer is a must-have book for anyone who has an appreciation and desire for creating new and exciting fermented and non-fermented beverages. It does not matter whether you are a master at creating wild beverages or not, this book will definitely take your taste buds
I've known Mia for a few years and can certainly attest that her book “Ugly Little Greens: Gourmet Dishes Crafted from Foraged Ingredients” is without a doubt, a must-have cookbook to have in your kitchen. Whether you're a home cook or a chef, this book has great recipes you'll love!
Kevin Duffy is a well-seasoned wild food educator in southern Indiana. The second edition of his Harvesting Nature's Bounty is now available. This 296-page book is a great resource for the beginner or intermediate forager.
"By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail." Ben Franklin was a very wise man and his words have resonated through the decades among those who are prepared. No one can know when a crisis will hit but when it does, being prepared will lessen the impact.
A Garden to Dye for is a must-have book if you're either curious or serious about learning how to dye your own fabrics. Author Chris McLaughlin wrote this incredible book and she has ensured the balance between text and (incredible) images is simply perfect.
Long time California forager Christopher Nyerges has been a survival skills educator for forty years. His newly released Guide to Wild Plants and Useful Plants is a terrific book for those interested in learning how to identify wild edibles.
Just in time for Christmas! 25 Simple Perfume Recipes with Essential Oils will enable you to make perfumes and colognes that will be a hit. This is a must-have all year round to make any gift giving memorable.
For the person who wants to start learning about foraging for edible mushrooms, this e-book publication is the perfect starting point. Crash Course in Wild Mushroom Foraging has great images and critical information for the beginner.