Kombucha is surprisingly versatile! It can be bottled or used in salad dressing, marinade, frozen treats, mixed drinks, and many more types of recipes.
Bottled Drink. The most popular way to use kombucha tea is as a flavored bottled beverage. The options for flavoring are practically endless as fruit, juice, herbs, and spices can all be used. Click here for more information on flavoring and bottling Kombucha tea.
Salad Dressing and Marinade Recipes. Kombucha tea can be used in place of vinegar in your favorite salad dressing or marinade recipe. For these types of recipes, it is best to use well-fermented Kkombucha that has taken on a strong vinegar-like flavor. If your kombucha is on the sweeter side, adjust any sweeteners in the recipe accordingly.
Frozen Treats. Kombucha can be blended with fruit or juice and frozen to make popsicles or granitas.
Acidic Ingredient in Mixed Drinks. Many cocktail recipes call for an acidic ingredient and kombucha can often be used as a substitute.
As a Substitute for Apple Cider Vinegar. Kombucha can be substituted for ACV in most recipes. It is best to use well-fermented kombucha that has taken on a strong vinegar-like flavor. If your kombucha is on the sweeter side, adjust any sweeteners in the recipe accordingly.
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