We put together a kombucha blog to help you find the information you're looking for as you learn all about the magical drink we all love! Kombucha is full of fantastic probiotics and tastes fantastic to boot, and we love sharing our knowledge on the kombucha blog.
Whether you’re new to making kombucha or a seasoned fermenting expert, now you can brew delicious kombucha tea at home with our easy-to-follow kombucha recipe and How-To Video.
HOW TO DEAL WITH VINEGAR EELS IN KOMBUCHA
Even though the idea is unsettling, there is no need to panic. Vinegar eels are natural, harmless organisms and not very common in properly brewed kombucha. We’re here to put your mind at ease by exploring the vinegar eel topic and discussing how to avoid them in your kombucha.
The word vinegar, not surprisingly, comes from the French for “sour wine,” and one of the ways to make vinegar is to ferment fruit past the point where it is simply alcoholic, and turns very tart instead.
There are a few other suppliesthat can come in handy for brewing, but aside from these two items,everything else is optional. Keep in mind the tips when picking out a container and cover and you'll be ready to make homemade kombucha in no time.
Around the world, people have been drinking fermented tea for many hundreds of years, calling it by various names and praising its probiotic benefits as well as its refreshing flavor.
Kombuchais a familiar fermented beverage, sold in many grocery stores and cafés; water kefir, another fermented non-dairy drink, is not quite as common. The two are often compared, but are they really similar?
Making kombucha tearequires five simple ingredients: water, tea, sugar, starter tea, and a kombucha starter culture (SCOBY). You have lots of choices for each ingredient, but using the right ingredientsfor your kombucha creates a healthier environment for the SCOBY.
Making smaller, quart-sized batches is a good way to keep your SCOBY healthywhen first starting to make kombucha at home.In this tutorial we'll outline how to brew kombucha continuously and special considerations to keep in mind with this approach.
In our tutorial, we'll explain more about each of these methods and provide some of our favorite flavoring ideas for inspiration!
This probiotic beverage is packed with bacteria, yeasts, and organic acids; much like its sister beverage kombucha tea. Indeed, these two beverages share many attributes.
Kombucha SCOBYs that arrive dehydrated need to be rehydrated. In this video we'll teach you how to get your SCOBY activated to make Kombucha Tea at home!