I’ve known about Kombucha since I was about 15 years old. My mom used to make it but of course back then I really wasn’t concerned about my health. Hence the countless hours I spent baking in the sun, and junk food I consumed on a daily basis.
Kombucha is a beverage the ancient Chinese called the “Immortal Health Elixir?” It’s been around for more than 2,000 years and has a rich anecdotal history of health benefits like improving digestion, boosting energy, reducing stress, and helping your immune system.
Reasons to drink Kombucha!
- Improved Digestion
- Weight Loss
- Increased Energy
- Cleansing and Detoxification
- Immune Support
- Reduced Joint Pain
- Cancer Prevention
I’m going to give you a crash course on how to make Kombucha because it’s actually pretty simple. Also, you’ll save a TON of money by making it yourself. You’ll spend up to $4 a bottle if you buy it at the store. You can find all the supplies you need on Amazon. I created a shopping list for you HERE and you can watch my how-to video at the end of this post or find me you YouTube. I’ve also provided a PRINTABLE RECIPE for you.
Use a strainer then a funnel when pouring out the tea into the flip top bottles. Leave a little room in the bottle to add some juice or powder for flavoring.
Close the flip top bottles and let ferment again for a couple more days if you want it to be carbonated. If you don’t like carbonation then just store directly in the fridge until you’re ready to drink.
Please feel free to add more tips or information in the comment section of this post. Also, I ‘d like to hear if anyone else out there has made their own Kombucha and what your experience with it has been.
Or if you live in Utah near me in Draper, you can buy a whole Kombucha kit from me.
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The kit comes with your starter Scobi, 2 cups Kombucha, sugar, grean tea, gallon size mason jar, and my Guide to Fermented Foods.
- 3 Quarts Water
- 1 Cup Sugar (regular granulated sugar works best)
- 6-8 bags Green tea, (or 2 tablespoons loose tea)
- 2 Cups Kombucha (from the store, or from your last batch)
- 1 Scobi
- 2-3 Cups Pureed Fruit
Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: 1 Gallon