10 Products We Like from AgrarianTOP ROW • 1 Mozzarella/Ricotta Cheese-Making Kit, $25. We're so smitten by the idea of making our own cheese. These kits include everything you need (rennet, citric acid, salt, a thermometer, cheesecloth and more). Also check out the goat cheese version. • 2 Kombucha Brooklyn Kit, $70. Everything you need to start a batch of homemade kombucha. • 3 4-Tier Sprouter Kit, $16.95. Sprouts are the most practical way for urban dwellers to grow something fresh and green, and this compact kit makes it extra-easy. • 4 Fermentation Pot, $79.95. A big, heavy crock like this is essential to making sauerkraut, kimchi, and other fermented vegetables. This one is handsome enough to leave on your countertop all the time. • 5 Shiitake Mushroom Log, $29.95. Grow your own shiitake mushrooms at home with this log, which produces a batch of mushrooms every two months for about three years. BOTTOM ROW • 6 Grow Frame with Bag, $49.95. If you do want to grow some small crops on a balcony in the city, then this grow bag setup is wonderfully compact and efficient. Plant a couple cucumber plants, or vining zucchini and you'll feel like you're in a real country garden all summer long! • 7 Grow Cook Eat by Willi Galloway, $29.95. Agrarian offers a well-curated selection of books on gardening, chicken-keeping, and preserving. We wanted to point out this one because Willi, a master gardener, is also a sometime contributor to Apartment Therapy and The Kitchn. This is a gorgeous book. • 8 Hurom Slow Juicer, $359.95. We reviewed this juicer a year ago, and we gave it two thumbs up. It extracts juice slowly and effectively from fruits and vegetables. • 9 Herb Drying Rack, $18. Drying herbs is another good way for city cooks to preserve some summer bounty from the markets or their own herb pots. • 10 Kilner Clip-Top Jars, Set of 4, $24.95 - $34.95. Last but not least, a shout-out to a super set of canning jars. These jars are great for lots more too, like storing sauces and dried herbs.