Homemade Kombucha

Time to make: 30 mins
Serves: 12
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Tip: Kombucha scoby is widely available online. Starter kombucha is simply kombucha from a previous batch. If this is your first time making kombucha, starter kombucha will be included with your purchased scoby. Equipment: 1-gallon glass jar, paper towel or clean tea towel, rubber band, funnel, fine-mesh strainer, sealable glass bottles To make ahead: Refrigerate kombucha for up to 2 weeks.
Serving size: 1 cup Per serving: 68 calories; 0 fat(0 sat); 0 fiber; 17 g carbohydrates; 0 protein; 0 folate; 0 cholesterol; 17 g sugars; 17 g added sugars; 0 vitamin A; 0 vitamin C; 10 mg calcium; 0 mg iron; 10 mg sodium; 16 mg potassium Carbohydrate Servings: 1 Exchanges: 1 other carbohydrate
Kombucha is a lightly fizzy, fermented tea drink that's making waves for its probiotic benefits and tart flavor. Making kombucha at home is quite simple: make sweetened tea, add it to a jar with a scoby (symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast) and let it ferment for about a week. The scoby is a pancake-shaped living culture that eats most of the sugar in the tea, turning it into a tangy and delicious fermented beverage.
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Tip: Kombucha scoby is widely available online. Starter kombucha is simply kombucha from a previous batch. If this is your first time making kombucha, starter kombucha will be included with your purchased scoby. Equipment: 1-gallon glass jar, paper towel or clean tea towel, rubber band, funnel, fine-mesh strainer, sealable glass bottles To make ahead: Refrigerate kombucha for up to 2 weeks.
Nutrition info
Serving size: 1 cup Per serving: 68 calories; 0 fat(0 sat); 0 fiber; 17 g carbohydrates; 0 protein; 0 folate; 0 cholesterol; 17 g sugars; 17 g added sugars; 0 vitamin A; 0 vitamin C; 10 mg calcium; 0 mg iron; 10 mg sodium; 16 mg potassium Carbohydrate Servings: 1 Exchanges: 1 other carbohydrate
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Kombucha is a lightly fizzy, fermented tea drink that's making waves for its probiotic benefits and tart flavor. Making kombucha at home is quite simple: make sweetened tea, add it to a jar with a scoby (symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast) and let it ferment for about a week. The scoby is a pancake-shaped living culture that eats most of the sugar in the tea, turning it into a tangy and delicious fermented beverage.
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