These links are not specific to fermentation, but represent a range of interesting perspectives on food.
Michael Twitty's blog on "African American foodways and its parent traditions in Africa and her Diaspora and its legacy in the food culture of the American South."
Shonagh MacRae's blog includes many fermentation experiments.
"A cheerily unalphabetical dictionary of food terms"
Donna Schwenk's cultured food blog, recipes, and classes.
A blog about fermentation adventures.
My fellow cultural revivalist Maria Tarantino's food blog.
Food blog by fermentation enthusiast, chef, and food activist Tiffanie Short.
"Gastronicity is the art of eating the right food at the right time in the right place." A blog on food, nutrition and sustainability by Nishanga Bliss, L.Ac.
"Hi there! I’m just a girl, fermented that is… I make kombucha, water kefir, sourdough and lacto-fermented veggies in my spare time when I’m not doing web/application design and content management for my employer. I like to experiment with fermenting"
Master Gardener Cindy Conner's blog.
An amazingly comprehensive listing of food blogs
I eat locally wherever local happens to be. I like finding good food where ever I go, from down home cookin' to celeb chef's food. I really like food, so that is why I blog about food.
Fermentation-friendly urban agriculture in Detroit
Lots of great fermentation ideas, information, and insights (in English) from the research blog of the Nordic Food Lab in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Food blog with lots of fermentation adventures.
Blog from the author of the Whole Foods Encyclopedia, the Splendid Grain, and other books.
Notes on Cooking and Enjoying Food
Musings and reflections from a Berkeley, CA-based baker, brewer, and local food activist.
Minnesota gardener and cook Amy Thielen's blog.
foraging, wild food, wild edibles, wild food recipes, eat weeds, wild edible plants photography, forage wild food
An ongoing effort to document and share traditional foodways in communities large and small throughout Ukraine.
Veggie Cooking Around the World teaches whole foods, plant-based cooking in the Chicago area.
Do you want to learn how to prepare food in ways that heal and sustain? Join Elli Sparks for cooking classes. We'll cover yogurt, kefir, raw milk, grass-fed beef, soaking and sprouting nuts and grains, etc. Class hosted in her Woodland Heights home.
Food Activism and Advocacy
Based out of Brooklyn, NY, Added Value focuses on growing a just food system, youth empowerment and farm-based learning.
ANSC provides information, referral and networking services for researchers seeking active partners in the Native community and communities seeking research partners.
Lots of links!
Preserving the Safety of Our Food, the Health of Our Environment, and the Harmony of Our Relationship with Nature
This Web site, posted by a professor of animal science at Colorado State University, offers information about techniques for humane slaughter.
An annual summer food activism conference held at the Sequatchie Valley Institite near Dunlap, TN.
A network of activists tapping into local food surpluses to feed hungry people.
Local food-growing activism, one yard at a time.
Urban Wwoofing seeks to connect useful travelers with supportive and needy hosts in urban areas. It is an existing practice which happens in patches but this initiative is to give it a name then network and promote the concept openly.
celebrating the agrarian avant-garde: the art activist antagonist, the forward farmer preserver, the urban eater educator.
America's largest Jewish environmental group, with annual conferences focusing on food.
Hand-Crafted Seed in the Hudson Valley Region
Films, advocacy, and interactive website.
Nationwide online searchable directory of small farms, farmers’ markets, and other local food sources.
Information and action against genetically-engineered food.
A Rodale Institute–sponsored web portal including CSA resources, farm journals, student farm directory, and more.
"A think tank and brain trust that promotes specific alternatives to the unhealthy foods characteristic of eating patterns in industrialized countries."
"Permablitz is a social enterprise committed to improving the sustainability of our cities and suburbs. We use a sustainable design system called permaculture to help communities move away from denial and dependency to engagement & responsible product
News, health information, action resources, and links for reducing the use of hazardous chemical pesticides.
An international movement to reclaim local food traditions and rescue them from fast food extinction.
Raw milk advocacy in my home state. Includes links to other raw milk information sites. Can you believe the real thing is contraband????
A coalition of environmentalists, conservation biologists, preserve managers, conservation-minded gardeners, small farmers, small ranchers, indigenous people, restorationists, researchers and others concerned with the rise of biological nativism.
Food History and Anthropology
Lots of links to information resources.
"the many dimensions of culture, diversity and environment for nutrition and health"
Worldwide networking, resources, and links.
The United Nations international food agency.
An archive of the Healing Crow website.
Comprehensive nutritional data for many foods and food products.
Great summary, full of hyperlinks, from the blog of psychology professor and fermentation enthusiast Seth Roberts.
Nutrition information and advocacy under the direction of nutritionist and cookbook author Sally Fallon.
Plants and Herbalism Links
Appropriate Technology Transfer for Rural Areas. Resources for sustainable agriculture and other aspects of rural living.
Biodynamics is a system of sustainable agriculture developed by holistic thinker Rudolph Steiner.
Herbal website including the full text of Maud Grieve's 1931 classic A Modern Herbal.
Online classes and other botany resources.
A to Z from herbalist Dr. Lisa Waltz.
Resources for people who like to grow the food they cook. "Kitchen Gardeners love food, both product and process..."
The website of a great herbalist, who directs the Southwest School of Botanical Medicine.
"Educational exchanges in sustainability"; listings of volunteer food-growing opportunities.
North America's Journal of Design and Sustainable Culture.
Inspired by the life and work of Frank Cook, Plants and Healers International facilitates knowledge exchange, builds skills, inspires individuals, and equips communities with tools to transition to a sustainable society that is in harmony with the natural
CropIndex, CropReference, and other great online resources.
A free public library offering full-text books about holistic agriculture, holistic health, self-sufficient homestead living, and personal development. Most of the titles in this library are out of print.
The author of Healing Wise and other excellent herbals has an encyclopedic website with endless links.
Vancouver Ayurvedic practitioner Todd Caldecott's site with food and other information for body, mind, and spirit.
Nurturing native species and heirloom varieties.
"What do I do if I live in a city?" Resources for urban permaculture.
Plant foraging information and resources.
An organization devoted to matching folks interested in learning about organic growing with farmers interested in teaching.
The African Culinary Network
Articles, recipes, message boards, and more.
"Read, chew, discuss." Recipes, discussion forums, and articles.
The site of cookbook author and host of WOR radio's "Food Talk" Arthur Schwartz, with an impressive index of recipes and articles.
Another searchable recipe archive.
A searchable recipe archive.
Dozens of sauerkraut recipes, including sauerkraut jello!
Searchable Online Archive of Recipes.
Recipe site (and more) of Jessica Prentice, publisher of an every New Moon electronic newsletter Stirring the Cauldron about food and cooking of the same name.
Nigel Walker and the farm crew welcome you to our farm in Dixon California. We deliver boxes of fresh, organic produce to Davis, San Francisco, El Cerrito, Vallejo, Alameda, Emeryville, Oakland, Berkeley, San Rafael, Mill Valley, Sacramento, Vacaville, L
This site maintains a state-by-state listing of farmer's markets and food coops.
Seven state chapters have food maps online and/or printed with sources for organically produced foods in the northeast.
Directory of organic sources, along with information and advocacy.
A state-by-state listing compiled by the Campaign for Raw Milk, a project of the Weston A. Price Foundation.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture maintains this searchable list of farmer's markets.
"The site the meat industry wish vegetarians didn't own."
Alan Muskat's introduction to identifying, gathering and preserving mushrooms.