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How to grow your own kombucha SCOBY in 10 steps

Do you drink kombucha? It's a healthy fermented tea jam-packed with gut-loving probiotics and enzymes. A bottle from the grocery store runs about $3.50... but it's so easy to brew your own kombucha at home! All you need is a SCOBY, and you can grow that at home to!

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from The Kitchn

How To Make Your Own Kombucha Scoby

There's really no arguing that it's ugly. And kind of alien-looking. And yeah, even downright gross. But dang it! Scobys make some delicious kombucha! If you want to save a few bucks on your 'booch habit, there's just no getting around it. You're going to need a scoby. You can beg a scoby from a kombucha-brewing friend, or you can order a fresh one online. But there's one more option: you can grow your own.

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from Joybilee Farm

What can go wrong? Trouble Shooting your Kombucha problems – Part 4

What can go wrong? Trouble Shooting your Kombucha problems – Part 4 | Joybilee Farm

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from culturesforhealth.com

Uses For Extra Kombucha SCOBYs

8 Uses for those extra Kombucha Scoby's! Here: http://www.culturesforhealth.com/use-extra-kombucha-scoby

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from Cultured Food Life

SCOBY Puree

FINALLY! A plethora of ways to use up that growing pile of Kombucha Scobys! From dressings, to smoothies, to popsicles to body scrubs! ~Cultured Food Life

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A complete guide on how to make kombucha, all the way from the SCOBY to the fruity fermenting flavors! You just need tea, sugar, and a bottle of store-bought kombucha to get started! // Live Eat Learn
from Live Eat Learn

The Simple Guide to Kickass Homemade Kombucha

A complete guide on how to make kombucha, all the way from the SCOBY to the fruity fermenting flavors! You just need tea, sugar, and a bottle of store-bought kombucha to get started! // Live Eat Learn

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What are you waiting for?! Start making your own Kombucha today using the scoby from that store bought kombucha sitting in your fridge!

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from culturesforhealth.com

5 Cultures You Can Use To Ferment Almost Anything