The Big Book Of Kombucha Pdf

✏Book Title : The Big Book of Kombucha
✏Author : Hannah Crum
✏Publisher : Storey Publishing
✏Release Date : 2016-03-17
✏Pages : 400
✏ISBN : 9781612124353
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Big Book of Kombucha Book Summary : 2016 Silver Nautilus Book Award Winner Brew your own kombucha at home! With more than 400 recipes, including 268 unique flavor combinations, you can get exactly the taste you want — for a fraction of the store-bought price. This complete guide, from the proprietors of Kombucha Kamp, shows you how to do it from start to finish, with illustrated step-by-step instructions and troubleshooting tips. The book also includes information on the many health benefits of kombucha, fascinating details of the drink’s history, and recipes for delicious foods and drinks you can make with kombucha (including some irresistible cocktails!). “This is the one go-to resource for all things kombucha.” — Andrew Zimmern, James Beard Award–winning author and host of Travel Channel’s Bizarre Foods

📒Fermented Landscapes ✍ Colleen C. Myles

✏Book Title : Fermented Landscapes
✏Author : Colleen C. Myles
✏Publisher : U of Nebraska Press
✏Release Date : 2020-04
✏Pages : 390
✏ISBN : 9781496219893
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Fermented Landscapes Book Summary : Fermented Landscapes applies the concept of fermentation as a mechanism through which to understand and analyze processes of landscape change. This comprehensive conceptualization of "fermented landscapes" examines the excitement, unrest, and agitation evident across shifting physical-environmental and sociocultural landscapes as related to the production, distribution, and consumption of fermented products. This collection includes a variety of perspectives on wine, beer, and cider geographies, as well as the geography of other fermented products, considering the use of "local" materials in craft beverages as a function of neolocalism and sustainability and the nonhuman elements of fermentation. Investigating the environmental, economic, and sociocultural implications of fermentation in expected and unexpected places and ways allows for a complex study of rural-urban exchanges or metabolisms over time and space--an increasingly relevant endeavor in socially and environmentally challenged contexts, global and local.