educational material by Tara of Fermentation on Wheels:

Tempeh Demystified (PDF) / This zine is the first of a series called Fermentation Illustrated by Tara Whitsitt of Fermentation on Wheels. She collaborates with fermentation specialists to share the cultural and historical stories of different fermented foods, inspiring and empowering people to do it themselves.

people I’ve collaborated with and other resources:

  • Beehive Design Collective – Education through illustrative stories that inspire resistance to corporate globalization.
  • Bettie the Bus Initiative – Supporting sustainable-living initiatives and promoting alternative energy.
  • Cooperative Fermentation – Jonah of Arundel, ME inspires communities with his important work in food systems and cooperative development.
  • Civil Eats
  • Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund
  • Fermenters Club – Our friends in San Diego, reviving the tradition of fermented foods; their website provides loads of inspiring recipes. A must-visit for fermentation enthusiasts!
  • FermUp: Fermented Food Culture – Fermentation podcast based in Madison, Wisconsin hosted by author Branden Byers.
  • Free Tea Party – Guisepi and Edna travel the country serving free tea and cultivating community. Genius!
  • Fuhmentaboudit! – Fermented foods show from Brooklyn, NY on the Radio Heritage Network, hosted by homebrewers Mary Izett and Chris Cuzme.
  • Kirby & Kraut – Beautiful, American-made crocks along with other fermentation tools. Kirby & Kraut also offers recipes and helpful resources for beginners and seasoned fermenters.
  • Side Street Projects
  • Wild Fermentation – Sandor Katz’s website – Katz is a cultural revivalist, educator, and author of must-reads Wild Fermentation, The Revolution Will Not Be Microwaved, and The Art of Fermentation.