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My Kombucha’s Not Bubbly?

My Kombucha's Not Bubbly? - Cultured Food Life

Bubbly, fizzy kombucha is one of my favorite things. Understanding the science behind how it works can help you create the carbonation that most people are looking for. Let me explain to you how it all works. When making kombucha, the fermenting tea will form a SCOBY on top. . .

Fizzy Blender "Juiced" Apple Kombucha

Fizzy Blender "Juiced" Apple Kombucha - Cultured Food Life

Fresh juices make the fizziest kombucha! If you don't have a juicer this is an easy way to make fresh juice for your kombucha.

SCOBY Fruity Popsicles

SCOBY Fruity Popsicles - Cultured Food Life

Just another sneaky way to add extra probiotics into your life and use up that ever growing mound of Kombucha Scobys. Don't be afraid of eating your scobys. They are made of cellulose, or long strands of linked glucose, which we know more commonly as fiber. They aids in waste removal, including metabolic waste normally excreted in bile. They also have no calories. Check out this blog to find More ways to use your scobys.

Hibiscus Tea Kombucha

Hibiscus Tea Kombucha - Cultured Food Life

This is a recipe/tea option for first fermenting your kombucha, although we don't normally recommend using herbal or artificially flavored teas as a base for kombucha. The plain dried Hibiscus flower works great alongside green or black tea and creates a wonderful fruity flavor much like a natural version of kool-aid! Kids, especially, love this recipe.

Learn How To Make Kombucha

How to Make Kombucha - Cultured Food Life

Gather Your Materials Materials Gallon Jar or non-lead-based crock. Linen or cloth napkin that will fit completely over top of jar or crock Rubber band to go around neck of jug or crock 1 cup raw sugar or white sugar — Check out these options. 4 to 5 tea bags: black or green tea, organic is best 3 quarts filtered water,…

Strawberry Kombucha Margarita!

Kombucha Margarita and Strawberry Too! - Cultured Food Life

Last year on my thirtieth wedding anniversary we took a cruise to the Caribbean and stopped in Cozumel, Mexico. We took a Salsa Salsa class where we made lots of salsa, guacamole, and Margaritas. We had so much fun and since I don’t really drink, but loved the taste of Margaritas, I wanted a kombucha recipe to enjoy instead of all the alcohol. […]

Lemon Ginger Kombucha

Ginger Kombucha - The Anti-Inflammatory Drink - Cultured Food Life

Ginger is powerful medicine! I have been consuming ginger every day and found it to be very effective in helping with any kind of inflammation – especially hay fever in the springtime. Ginger is anti-viral and anti-inflammatory as well as being a powerful antiseptic and antihistamine.

20 Smart Ways To Use Your Kombucha SCOBYs!

20 Smart Ways To Use Your Kombucha SCOBYs! - Cultured Food Life

So, you all keep asking . . . What do I do with all these SCOBYs?! If you are anything like me, you have a pile of SCOBYs in a massive SCOBY hotel just waiting . . . It feels somehow wrong to throw them away when you have taken care of them and watched them grow! […]

7 Tips for Summer 🌞 Kombucha

7 Tips for Summer Kombucha ☀ - Cultured Food Life

Kombucha is a must-have in the summertime! When the body is exposed to excessive heat, the liver can become stressed and kombucha can help! Drinking kombucha can keep you cool and hydrated in the summertime. It can also help your liver which is one of the organs most vulnerable to excessive heat. . .

Bubbly Fruit Flavored Kombucha

Bubbly Fruit Flavored Kombucha - Cultured Food Life

There are two things that determine how bubbly and how fast your kombucha will be done. Temperature in your home will determine how fast your kombucha ferments. 75 80 degrees will ferment much faster - it can be done in just a few days, while temperatures in the 60's can take several weeks. You'll need to check the bottles often to make sure they don't explode. To make sure your kombucha is bubbly, you’ll need to make sure your kombucha is not too sour or overly vinegary tasting. It needs…

Kombucha – Healing My Addiction

Kombucha - Healing My Addiction - Cultured Food Life

Kombucha is wonderful at detoxing you and helping you eliminate addictions and habits. It has a powerful detox effect on the liver and helping your liver

Root Beer Kombucha Float

Root Beer Kombucha Float - Cultured Food Life

Try my Root Beer Kombucha for a root beer float made with kefir ice cream!

Eight Days With Kombucha

Eight Days With Kombucha - Cultured Food Life

Watching tea turn into kombucha is quite a thing to behold. You give it the ingredients and let it work its magic. Billions of microbes and yeasts transform the tea into a bubbly probiotic tea that you will love. […]

Kombucha Bread

Kombucha Bread and Muffins - Cultured Food Life

If you like this, then please share! Dairy-Free Kefir – Every Kind You Can Imagine Kombucha Bread and Muffins Edit Five-Ingredient Bread If you want a fast and easy probiotic bread, then you’re in for a treat with Kombucha Bread. The naturally-occurring carbonation in kombucha will also raise your bread without baker’s yeast. And since…

10 Ways to Use Your Over-Fermented Kombucha!

10 Ways to Use Your Over-Fermented Kombucha! - Cultured Food Life

Kombucha is a wonder drink. This fermented tea has been around for centuries and is legend in many countries such as China, Russia, and Korea. There are even stories that Genghis Khan drank it often and gave it to the men in his armies. […]

Bubbly Fruit Flavored Kombucha

Bubbly Fruit Flavored Kombucha - Cultured Food Life

There are two things that determine how bubbly and how fast your kombucha will be done. Temperature in your home will determine how fast your kombucha ferments. 75 80 degrees will ferment much faster - it can be done in just a few days, while temperatures in the 60's can take several weeks. You'll need to check the bottles often to make sure they don't explode. To make sure your kombucha is bubbly, you’ll need to make sure your kombucha is not too sour or overly vinegary tasting. It needs…