Food

Cultures

Cultures for Health - has everything you could want to get you started culturing food from the cultures themselves to crocks. They are also a great resource for sprouted and ground flour.

GEM Cultures, Inc. - this is a family owned and operated business specializing in cultures. They have some more difficult to find starters like: tempeh, seed miso, and several sourdoughs.

Meat

US Wellness Meats - If you can't find pastured or grass-fed meats in your area, these guys will hook you up. They also have tasty treats like hot dogs without nitrates or chemicals and hard to find traditional foods like liverwurst and braunschweiger.

Seafood

Vital Choice - These guys are not only purveyors of sustainably caught seafood, but they have seasonings, frozen organic fruit and a whole bunch more. If you have been wanting to try fish roe this is a great place to buy a small quantity to try.

Sea Salt

Mountain Rose Herbs - Whether it's herbs, sea salt, essential oils, or body care these guys have it. They have some of the most difficult to find herbs and best of all everything is clearly labeled organic and many of their products are wildcrafted.

Grain & Salt Society - This is a quality brand light grey sea salt and one of our favorites for everything from soups to fermented vegetables.

Miscellaneous

Coconut Oil is a great way to include a plant based fat that can be used at high temperatures. We also really enjoy it added to fruit smoothies.

OraWellness- Located in Hawaii this company produces an essential oil blend perfect for maintaining good oral health. We think it tastes great and have noticed an improvement in our gum health. They also sell a special toothbrush called the Bass brush. We like it a lot better than any other toothbrush we've used.

Classes

Cheeseslave - Food allergies can be very difficult, but did you know you can heal many of them? All you have to do is heal your gut and Ann Marie and the GAPS diet can help you do that. In her class you'll learn how to heal your gut and follow the GAPS diet; including how to make stock, fermented foods, and cooking meals.

Cooking Traditional Foods - KerryAnn has been creating menu plans for more than 10 years and helping busy moms feed their children tasty, Real Foods. Check out her brand new e-course called Kitchens Resurrected: A Real Foods Cooking School where you will learn everything you need to know from choosing ripe produce to why to soak nuts and how to do it. If you've been struggling with going gluten free or dairy free KerryAnn's Gluten and Dairy-Free Traditional Foods eCourse will give you a plan to subdue the kitchen and serve your family delicious GF/CF traditional foods.

Kelly the Kitchen Kop - known for her Real Food for Rookies class Kelly will walk you through getting started with Real Foods. You can also check out her Real Food Ingredient Guide and Real Food Party Planning Guide.

Nourished Kitchen - Jenny's Get Cultured class will teach you everything you ever wanted to know about fermenting foods for preservation and health. There are videos, recipes, and printed materials so go get started today!

Fermentation Supplies

Cultures for Health - has everything you could want to get you started culturing food from the cultures themselves to crocks. They are also a great resource for sprouted and ground flour.

GEM Cultures, Inc. - this is a family owned and operated business specializing in cultures. They have some more difficult to find starters like: tempeh, seed miso, and several sourdoughs.

Supplements

Green Pasture - The only purveyor of fermented cod liver oil inside of the United States. They also have a high quality butter oil and other great supplements.

Mountain Rose Herbs - Whether it's herbs, sea salt, essential oils, or body care these guys have it. They have some of the most difficult to find herbs and best of all everything is clearly labeled organic and many of their products are wildcrafted.

Note: Many of the links above are affiliate links, meaning that we make a small percentage if you purchase something after clicking on one of the links. Each and every product listed above is something that we either use ourselves or wholeheartedly recommend and would be willing to use.

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