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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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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.
Make this fresh-tasting cucumber salad with dill and sour cream-kombucha dressing. A super side for summer meals!
Make this refreshing vinaigrette, the perfect complement to a tossed salad or can be drizzled over meat, vegetables or pasta
Italian dressing, sharp with vinegar and spiked with dried herbs, is an all-time classic. Make it with kombucha vinegar as a base for a cultured twist.
Make a mocktail using Kombucha Tea. This recipe includes pineapple juice and coconut water, and the alcohol is optional!
Add culture to your everyday creamy salad dressing with a probiotic boost from homemade yogurt and kombucha.
This delcious marinade is perfect for chicken or pork. It's easy to make and a great way to use extra over-brewed Kombucha tea.
A great combination: beets and tangy kombucha! Use tart kombucha for more zing, or milder kombucha if you prefer less tang in your salad.
A wonderful marinade for chicken or beef. Perfectly paired with peppers and onions.
Creamy and delicious coleslaw made with lacto-fermented mayonnaise, raw honey, and kombucha tea.
Use leftover kombucha tea to make this simple BBQ sauce.
Tangy kombucha that has been fermented long enough to smack of vinegar is the base of this delicious, pungent dressing. Made creamy by the addition of Dijon mustard and plenty of good olive oil, this dressing packs a probiotic punch while adding stunning flavor to greens and vegetables.