As you continue to brew your booch you’ll end up with a new SCOBY after each batch. Wondering what you’re supposed to do with all those extra SCOBYs?! Here are a few ideas!
You planned on brewing kombucha, but life happened and you got off schedule. Maybe your brew went an extra day or two, or maybe it’s even been a few weeks? Here’s some great news for you - your kombucha doesn’t have to go to waste!
When it comes to starting your kombucha home brew there a few essential things you need: a couple supplies, a really good set of instructions, and most importantly, a SCOBY and starter liquid from a trusted source.
Drinking kombucha can help you and your family maintain a healthy lifestyle. Unlike trendy health fads and elimination diets that many of us have tried, drinking kombucha is a low maintenance, lifelong habit that can easily become a part of your daily routine.
Pregnancy is an incredibly beautiful miracle, but it’s not always easy or lovely. Your body is sharing space while you grow a human and the effects of that can be brutal.
Kombucha is made from sweet tea, so at first glance one could easily assume it is a sugary beverage. However, further examination would reveal that sugar plays a critical role in the fermentation process that occurs as the sweet tea becomes kombucha.
You may be surprised to discover many children enjoy the refreshingly sweet and tart taste of kombucha. Kombucha and kids make an excellent pair, even if they make a sour face their first sip or bite of fermented fruit candy!
2 Types of Fermentation & 3 Combinations to Try! Small batch kombucha typically goes through 2 fermentation processes before you drink it. During this transformation, the sweet tea you begin with turns into fizzy kombucha with a myriad of health benefits for the mind, body, and gut.
With Halloween just around the corner and candy taking over aisles at the grocery store, we can’t help but feel the impending over consumption of candy creeping our way. But with the health perils of...