Before brewing our own Kombucha, we spent years (and lots of hard earned cash) buying our weekly supply of kombucha from the grocery store.
The key to good home brew kombucha totally depends on health and quality of your mother culture-- the Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast that we call SCOBY. It is a cellulose disc that makes the fermentation process happen turning your sweet tea into kombucha.
The round, white disc that is usually floating at the top of a kombucha home brew vessel is called a Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast or SCOBY for short. A healthy SCOBY will set you up for a lifetime of home brew kombucha that is delicious and beneficial.
If you’re wondering what happens during those mysterious 7 to 10 days you’ve left your SCOBY alone, let us help demystify the brewing process of kombucha!
There is little we love more than someone starting off on their own kombucha journey, but before diving in it’s always great to know what you are getting yourself into!
If you haven’t noticed by now, kombucha does a lot of good for your body! In addition to that lovely calm energy you carry after consuming your morning cup o’ bucha,
Starting to feel a little bit off? Overwhelmed? We’ve all been there, and you’re NOT alone! We are the type of people who are doing a lot and living full lives, and if we don’t live intentionally, we can lose sight of our goals.
Maybe you are one of the rare creatures who hops out of bed at the sound of the first alarm... or maybe you’re more like us and somehow, after all these years, still haven’t mastered the art of waking up.
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again, whole body health begins with your gut health. This means a digestive system that is functioning properly and smoothly.