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Homemade kombucha is an affordable and delicious source of probiotics, but it can go far beyond a refreshing, bubbly beverage.
Get creative with a variety of sweet and savory flavor ideas. Mix things up and use your kombucha in salad dressings and meat marinades. Make tasty candies and energizing smoothies with your extra SCOBYs.
Know what goes into your family's food, and make it fun with kombucha! Explore our homemade kombucha recipes below, and remember: you can do this!
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Use freshly cultured crème fraîche and kombucha to create a probiotic-rich vinaigrette your family will love.
Try this delicious and savory alternative for anything you would put tomato sauce on!
Make your own Italian sausage! You can incorporate kombucha, especially a brew that is too sour to drink straight, into your ground meat mix and let it marinate overnight.
Feast your taste buds on this mushroom, apple, and Jarlsberg salad!
This amazing dessert sauce is a great way to use extra kombucha and dress up any dessert, from cake to ice cream.
Using enzyme and probiotic-rich kombucha, this salad dressing is reminiscent of a dressing that was popular in the 1960s and '70s. It goes great over a chef salad.
Make this delicious and savory salad dressing using vinegary kombucha tea and other delicious ingredients, for a flavor combination to dress up any salad!
Cold pasta salad is a delicious summer side or main dish, especially when topped with fresh vegetables and a zesty Kombucha herb dressing!
Pork lends itself well to marinades. Pounded thin, “breaded” with almond flour, and pan-fried briefly, these cutlets are topped with a cultured cream and mustard sauce that turns a quick meal into a gourmet treat. This recipe works well for those eating a grain-free diet.
It is often hard to find a salad dressing to accompany an Asian-inspired meal, as the usual American dressings just don’t seem to fit. Try this sweet-spicy dressing heavily dosed with healthful ginger and garlic.