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Making kombucha at home doesn't have to be difficult. You can learn to make homemade kombucha with the wide selection of expert advice articles, how-to videos, and recipes from our Cultures for Health team and other Real Food pros.
A SCOBY is a symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast. A kombucha scoby is also known as a mother or mushroom, due to its appearance.
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Wondering how long to let your kombucha brew? Learn how the type of brewing vessel and size of its opening will affect your kombucha brewing time.
A continuous brew system is not only the most traditional method for brewing Kombucha, it also has several advantages. Learn how to set one up today!
Creating delicious Kombucha flavors is easy! This how-to video covers flavoring and bottling instructions, plus our favorite kombucha flavor ideas to make it fizzy!
Kombucha brines are ideal to use for tenderizing tough cuts of meat and creating a tasty, juicy, flavorful main dish.
Learn how to coax your kombucha into a more acidic element like vinegar and how to substitute it for vinegar in recipes.
Can chai be used to brew kombucha tea? Learn about what to watch out for when brewing kombucha with chai and how to be successful!
While flavoring and bottling Kombucha tea is most popular, there are a number of other ways to use Kombucha including in salad dressings, marinades, frozen treats, mixed drinks and more!
Overrun with extra Kombucha Scobys? Check out our creative ideas for using extra Scobys. You might be surprised by all their uses!
If you need to take a break from making Kombucha, check out these options for preserving your scoby until you are ready to start making Kombucha again.
How vinegary is your vinegar? Learn how to test the acidity of vinegar for all your culturing and fermentation projects.
Growing more and more popular in the world of fermented beverages is Jun tea. This probiotic beverage is packed with bacteria, yeasts, and organic acids; much like its sister beverage kombucha tea. Indeed, these two beverages share many attributes. Many call Jun simply a “Honey-Sweetened Green Tea Kombucha”. Others claim it is a unique strain of culture unto itself.