Do you drink kombucha? It's a healthy fermented tea jam-packed with gut-loving probiotics and enzymes. A bottle from the grocery store runs about $3.50... but it's so easy to brew your own kombucha at home! All you need is a SCOBY, and you can grow that at home to!
There's really no arguing that it's ugly. And kind of alien-looking. And yeah, even downright gross. But dang it! Scobys make some delicious kombucha! If you want to save a few bucks on your 'booch habit, there's just no getting around it. You're going to need a scoby. You can beg a scoby from a kombucha-brewing friend, or you can order a fresh one online. But there's one more option: you can grow your own.
Homemade Kombucha: The Simple Guide to Kickass Kombuch
All you need to know about how to figure out if your Kombucha SCOBY is healthy and normal or has mold and is tainted. The most detailed guide on the topic you'll find! Mold is only likely to form in the following situations: Your Kombucha is sitting near garbage, moldy food, or plants — mold spores can migrate over into your Kombucha You did not use Kombucha Starter There is extreme humidity It’s very cold Kombucha brew exposed to cigarette smoke
Have you ever wondered how to make homemade kombucha? Save your money and brew your own with this easy tutorial teaching you how PLUS two recipes for flavor variations. Your budget and digestive system will thank you.