Kombucha Recipe

Make this kombucha tea and discover the benefits of this healthy fermented beverage.


| January 2013



Kombucha

The fermentation process for this Kombucha recipe will take between seven and 12 days depending on the temperature of the room.

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Some people love the taste of kombucha tea; others don’t relish it at all. It has been credited with miraculous properties and is a probiotic, making it very curative for digestive issues. Kombucha also comes recommended for acne, constipation, arthritis, depression, and fatigue, and is hailed as a protection against cancer. I regard it as a tasty tonic, and my family drinks it daily. My sons were the first to taste kombucha, and they loved the fizziness and flavor.

This healthful drink is easy to make so long as you have a “ferment” (some people call it a “mushroom” because of the way it looks). To procure your ferment, try to find somebody who brews kombucha already. They should have plenty of ferments to share, as every batch of tea grows an extra ferment on top of the original.

faitha
1/31/2014 6:51:10 AM

...."you’ll be able to tell by the taste". What kind of taste are we looking for?






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