The Knead Feed Resources

Down below I’ve added some great resources that I personally use. Everything from spices to teas, quality meat, and coffee. If you use the links it does help support my efforts in a small way and is greatly appreciated.

Quality beef and Kurobuta pork from amazing family-operated farms doing it correctly for over 50 years. Snake River Farms has a network of 12 farms in the pacific northwest focusing on the sustainability and the well being of their animals. They sell American style wagyu, pork and dry-aged meats that are incredible.   

Check out The Spice House, they have a huge selection of rare, and common spices. For more than 60 years, they have been sourcing the finest herbs and spices from across the globe. They grind and blend spices in small, weekly batches to ensure premium quality and the utmost freshness.

Art of Tea is a tea importer and wholesaler based in Los Angeles. They hand blend and custom craft the world’s finest organic teas and botanicals. Their teas are carefully selected directly from growers, each one offering a unique story.

The Kitchen Universe has a ton of great kitchen wears for professional and home cooks alike. From spice grinders to all clad pans, great selection of kitchen goods, I order my shun knives through them. 

Anova has brought sous-vide cooking to home chefs around the world. They also have a great resource of sous-vide recipes on the website that I often reference. I have the older model without the Bluetooth connectivity, but it’s still working great.

Kitchenaid has been the home chefs go to for mixers and accessories for over 100 years. I use the pasta and grinder attachment the most but they have some cool stuff and the mixers last forever.

The Fulton Market is second only in size to the Tokyo Fish Market, offers the most assortment and the freshest domestic seafood available anywhere. The market has been around since 1822 and promotes sustainability and responsible fishing. The seafood they sell isn’t available to most supermarkets or restaurants, because of high demand from overseas, but they are now shipped fresh to your door.