Kombucha is a fermented ‘living’ drink that is used as a functional food. It contains multiple species of yeast and beneficial bacteria, organic acids, active enzymes, amino acids, B vitamins and polyphenols produced by these microbes.
How to make your next Kombucha batch
How long does it take?
Bottling a finished batch of kombucha and preparing the next one takes about 20 minutes every 7-10 days.
How much to take?
Start with small servings to assess how your body reacts and increase your intake slowly over a number of days. Week 1: 150ml a day | Week 2: 250ml a day | Week 3 onwards: as much as you like!
Is it safe?
Start slowly as recommended to assess your individual reaction to kombucha. If the scoby is healthy then the kombucha will be healthy.
Does Kombucha contain alcohol?
It does contain a tiny amount of alcohol as a by-product of the fermentation process (about 1%). Such a small amount won’t cause any problems unless you have alcohol sensitivities or drink much more than is recommended.
Because the magic happens in the kitchen!