Cookbook, Book and Podcast recommendation 

Round 3 of recommendations. It has been a while but I gathered together some epic must read/listens



Ferment By Holly Davis

If you’ve eaten my food before you probably know that somewhere on your lunchtime/breakfast plate there will usually be a ferment. So it is by no surprise that Davis is on my recommendation list. 

With fermentation going through a revival (for good reasons) this is a great book if your looking to create your own. Beautifully laid out with stunning photography this cook book gives you the inspiration to start your fermentation (rhyme intended). 


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Big magic by Elizabeth Gilbert 

This book always seems to come to me when I need it most. Reminding me of my creative power and that even when you think that it has fallen away it can rise again. Gilbert provides profound insight to how inspiration can form and how you can hold onto it.

Whether you think you’re creative or not. Gilbert will encourage you to uncover your passion and how you can keep it alight. 

 This book is definitely up there with one of my favourites. 


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The ATP project- Asthma, It’s not easy being Wheezy!

One of the best things about the ATP project is that it is Australian, hosted by a graphic artist, scientist and businessman. I don’t just recommend this particular episode but the podcast as a whole. These guys really try their best to uncover the truth where information is saturated and conflicting. Whenever giving a statement they always back it up with recent and credited sources. 

Lately, I have been struggling with more asthma than usual. This particular episode looks at how to get off the harmful medication, providing asthmatics with more natural options and why we should take them. I’m definitely going to try what they have recommended and will let you know how I go.

Natasha Burbury