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Kombucha Making

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Honoré Depew

on 27 February 2014

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Transcript of Kombucha Making

Making a sweet tea
What you'll need:
3 Quarts water
1 Cup sugar
7 Tea bags
1 S.C.O.B.Y.
1 Cup kombucha
brought to you by...
Giving Mama a Bath
Transfer cool tea to clean glass jar
Add "mama" S.C.O.B.Y. shiny side up
Growing a Baby
Add approx. 1 cup of kombucha
Cover tightly with paper towel/cloth
Let sit for about two weeks
Success!
Check each batch carefully
Mold-free?
Bubbles, lumps, holes, brown gunk - OK
Fuzz, grey/blue growth - BAD
Kombucha
Health Benefits
& How-To

Boil water for 10 minutes
Stir in sugar (during boil)
Turn off heat and add tea bags
Steep (covered) at least 30 minutes
Let solution cool to room temp.
Photos courtesy of Qamuuqin Maxwell
http://thewestturn.com/
Harvesting
Remove both mama and baby
Strain tonic and enjoy!
Don't forget to save some for the next batch
Honoré Depew, ECOS Garden Outreach Coordinator
Matt Vogel, Health Promotion Specialist
ECOS
HEALTH PROMOTION OFFICE
of THE STUDENT HEALTH & WELLNESS CENTER
VOGELM@SOU.EDU
SU Rm. 333
SOUECOLOGYCENTER.ORG
ECOS@SOU.EDU
SU Rm. 105
ECOLOGY & SUSTAINABILITY RESOURCE CENTER
History & Health Benefits
of the Manchurian Mushroom
Liver detoxification
Cancer prevention (Glucaric Acid)
Joint care/arthritis (Glucosamines)
Digestive health (probiotics)
Immune health (anti-oxidants)
More than two millennia
Mainly in China and Russia
Pre-WWII rise in Europe
Re-"discovered" in 21st cen.
History
Health
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