Welcome to the exciting world of kombucha! — What is kombucha? Where did it come from? Why do people drink it? Is it as healthy as people claim? And how exactly can you make it yourself?
Simply Kombucha answers all those questions and more.
Just starting out? You will find detailed step-by-step instructions on sourcing your ingredients, setting up and bottling your brew, and a range of easy recipes to give you the confidence to get well under way.
Are you an experienced kombucha brewer? You will find a discussion of kombucha’s origins, an up-to-date summary of what the latest scientific research says about kombucha’s benefits as a health tonic, a long list of FAQs and troubleshooting questions, and some more unusual recipes to stretch your kombucha repertoire.
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Simply Kombucha is an excellent resource to answer your questions for all things Kombucha
Nicola Hay - Nutritionist
This is a great book for anyone who wants to make their own kombucha
5 Star Review - Amazon
Table of Contents:
Basic Kombucha Recipe
PART 1 - All About Kombucha
What is Kombucha?
- Kombucha is an antioxidant
- Kombucha is a probiotic
- A word of caution
PART 1 - Making Your Own Kombucha
Gathering your ingredients and equipment
- Vessels (glass only)
- Other equipment
- Batch brew
- Bottling the brew
- Continuous brew
- 2nd fermentation
Troubleshooting and FAQs
- Not brewing
- Not producing daughters
- Not fizzy
- Fruit flies
- It's too vinegary!
- Exploding bottles
- What if I'm making a different volume?
- How long do I leave it?
- Are those squishy brown strands okay?
- How do I know it is working?
- How do I store a scoby for back-up?
- How do I split the scoby?
- The scoby is sinking, is that okay?
- What do I do with all these daughters?
- I don't feel well, is this normal?
- My scoby is trying to escape!
- I spilled the kombucha
- Can you eat the scoby?
- Do I REALLY need to use white sugar?
Part 3 - Recipes
Basic Kombucha Recipe
First Ferment (1F) Recipes
- Berry Tea (pink scoby!)
Second Ferment (2F) Recipes
- Berry Ferments
- Feijoa and Apple
- Pear and Cinnamon
- Christmas pudding-bucha
- Salad Dressing
- Hot vinegar and honey drink for sore throats
- A note about pickles
Simple Kombucha Sourdough
About the Author
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This post was last updated on February 19th, 2018 at 03:29 pm