How to brew Komucha Tea
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- A beginners guide on Kombucha - The tea of immortality - including a brewing guide
- Discover Exactly How You Can Get Your Body To Optimal Health Through Using An Ancient Form Of Fermented Tea Called Kombucha
If you go into any health food store and even many other stores that sell drinks, you will find kombucha, often in a huge variety of brands and flavors. Although it’s been around for thousands of years, it’s only been in recent years that it’s gained popularity in the United States and is being hailed as a healthy drink that has a number of benefits, which we will cover in this training
- Anyone interested in a healthy lifestyle and the art of Kombucha brewing
Hello and welcome to our short, beginners guide on all aspects of Kombucha, a fermented tea also known as “the tea of immortality”.
If you go into any health food store and even many other stores that sell drinks, you will find kombucha, often in a huge variety of brands and flavors. Although it’s been around for thousands of years, it’s only been in recent years that it’s gained popularity in the United States and is being hailed as a healthy drink that has a number of benefits, which we will cover in this guide. Firstly let’s start at the beginning…
Nobody knows for sure how far back kombucha goes, and the truth has been so mixed with legends over the years that it’s hard to separate them now. But, we’re going to do our best to present you with the history of kombucha tea and how it came all the way from an ancient Chinese medicinal drink to a modern-day health beverage around the world.
What sets kombucha apart from every other health drink out there is the process by which it is made. That process begins with something that is most commonly referred to as SCOBY, but may also be called “kombucha mushrooms” or “kombucha mothers.” These mothers are responsible for the fermentation process that turns tea into kombucha.
Whenever you’re considering putting anything into your body, it’s important to take the time to make sure that it’s going to benefit you rather than harm you. This is especially important if you decide to make your own kombucha. Store-bought kombucha is often pasteurized and tested to make sure that it’s safe, but if you’re brewing your own, there are some dangers to consider.
There are some pretty outrageous claims out there as to what kombucha can do, so it’s hard to know for sure what’s true and what’s been highly exaggerated. We’ve taken the time to find the benefits of kombucha tea that actually have some backing to them. Since these claims have actually been tested and researched, we’re confident that they are true.
There are two main methods of brewing kombucha, each one with different advantages and disadvantages. Choosing a method will depend on your personal preferences, particularly as to which method will work best for you and your family. You can also try out the different brewing methods before settling on one, or switch methods if what you’re doing isn’t working anymore.
One of the things that makes kombucha great is that you can add a variety of flavors so you’re never bored with the same old kombucha. Every batch will already taste a little different because of different concentrations of types of bacteria, but by adding flavoring, you’ll open up a whole new world of kombucha flavors.
When it comes to brewing kombucha, there are a lot of options that you can find on the market today. Choosing the right supplies will make a huge difference in whether or not you are able to successfully brew kombucha at home. Here, we’re going to outline the basic supplies that you need to get started to help you set up your system right the first time.
One of the best things about kombucha is that it’s not just a drink. In fact, there are a number of different things that you can do with kombucha in order to really enjoy this delicious drink. These are especially great if you are brewing more kombucha than you’re able to drink as you’ll be able to use them in different ways so they don’t go to waste.
Much like craft-beer, craft-brewed kombucha is commercially-sold kombucha that is made in small batches. Most bottled kombucha you find in stores is made this way, and most of the companies are small local businesses. Here are some reasons to try craft-brewed kombucha, even if you’re planning on brewing your own.