Here are some of my favorite books that I use regularly, as well as books I recommend in posts. I’ve read each one, and highly recommend it for it’s re-usable information you’ll want to have on hand when you need it, or for inspiration or motivation as you progress on your journey of change or making change.
My family used the Tassajara Bread Book when I was growing up to make yeasted breads, now I use it for the great unyeasted breads. One of the best breadbooks around!
If you've had my split pea soup at the farmer's market, this is where I got the basic recipe. I think it's the best recipe around! The addition of the wine at the end of cooking gives it a rich flavor. Perfect cold weather food, and I always add veggies I find at the market like parsnip or rutabaga.
Be the Media is a fantastic book, and it's author, David Mathison has come to Katonah several time to inspire area enviromental and social activists, creative artists and small business owners to be their own media! And he writes about the revolutionary potential of social media and citizen journalism in a way that gave me a whole new awe of the free world wide web.
Dr. William's book on protecting yourself and recovering from viruses is essential to have on hand for when you or someone you k now needs it. Dietary, sanitation and supplementation, as well as allopathic recommendations for various viruses.