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I dranks some store bought kumbacha last night. Soon I will be making it!



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Made the tea for my scoby hotel today but with 90 degree weather it didn't cool off yet


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I have a couple of different Jun batches of Kombucha going.
This is known as the "Champagne" of Kombucha and forms a lighter more fluffy scoby
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sorry benchtop



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What is a bentop?

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Will do!



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Just leave in Kombucha tea in a covered vessel in your refrigerator whilst away on holidays.
If you are turning fridge off
Leave on bentop covered in Kombucha tea
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Thanks for the video . . . I'll watch it in the morning.

I have a question about not making Kombucha. We are leaving for a 10 week trip to Alaska and I want to save my scobies for when I get back. Any help would be appreciated.

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Here is a short video on gut health

coach.nine.com.au/2017/06/05/12/41/m
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Great helpful videos Richard! Thanks for posting them!



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I just learned about this wonderful team! This is amazing!



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6/4/17 8:28 P

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Kombucha scoby-making video

www.thekitchn.com/how-to-make-your-o
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Kefir can be made in a variety of different stages.
If using a nut, soy, oat or coconut milk it may be best to add 1-2 tablespoons of sugar per litre.
I use long-life milk.
My wife just lets her batches sit for about 28 hours on the benchtop until it thickens then she refrigerates it.
When I make my batches I just leave it on the benchtop. At first it thickens, but with time separates into curds and whey, the curds rise to the surface by gas produced from the fermenting lactose. The longer you leave it the more pungent and acidic it gets.
I normally consume mine as part of a smoothie.
With sitting in the jar there has been a slight pinkish-orange growth on the top. These are probably just some of the Kefir microbes rather than spoilage ones as I am always able to consume this without detriment.
When there is only 1/2 cup left I then start off my batch in a new jar.
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Was given supposedly a different variety of Kombucha recently.
This is meant to be like the "Champagne" of Kombucha's
The only difference I have noticed is that the scoby that grew seems lighter and fluffier and the taste may be a bit milder at this stage
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added wine, a little apple juice and some kombucha tea with scoby in 1 vessel.

in other vessel added wine, champagne yeast and some apple juice together with the wine.

next time around will do the same but use low-alcohol sweet wine in either batch

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was going to process some cheap wine with the kombucha outfit, accidentally used good wine instead.
will keep you posted
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May you all have a great festive season
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emoticon emoticon emoticon on ur progress

we dont give away our beverages apart from the odd scoby or kefir grains

my daughter and i both have about 5 litres each of solid scoby to get rid of!!

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Thanks for asking... I've been working on healthy food / drink for healing my liver, gall bladder & reducing blood sugar.
The good news is that my blood work indicates that my numbers have moved out of the "high" or danger category(s). Little by little, I'm working at improving my inside health!
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How is your holiday season going? -- Do you gift any of your beverage creations?

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how did your program end up working out for you?
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I think you need to research why your supplements need food. Some vitamins and medicines only work if there is fat available as they are fat soluble and others require other elements in food to work. Other supplements really need food if they are not going to do you more harm than good. It really is worth checking and I don't think diluted Kombucha would count as food. I don't think three days without your supplements will do harm.
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Sounds interesting... I don't have any personal experience w/ kefir other than what I buy at the store (plain).

I'm wondering if anybody on the team as used the various fermented products while fasting? In other words, I have begun a 3-day liquid fast & added in a diluted kombucha w/ my supplements today. (I don't want sugars, but several of my supplements suggest the best way to absorption is via taking them with meals.) Since I'm not eating right now, I still wanted to take the supplements.


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My Kefir culture at home has adopted a new character lately whereby it seems to produce bigger "grains" or curds sooner than normal.
Taste is still similar.
Makes me wonder whether I should start to use it for making cheese at home.
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would the keto diet include having about 30% of daily calories from good fats?



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I've been feeding extra scoby's to my backyard chickens. Probiotic eggs!?!

I'll have to check out the jelly recipe. -- I've been moving more "keto" in my eating, so avoiding sugars

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here is a process for making gut-healing jelly from Kefir.
(I imagine you could always substitute Kombucha tea for Kefir)

www.thenourishedpsychologist.com/pro
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I dont go to any special length to store my scobys.
At the present, I have a 4 litre jar which is about half full of gigantic scoby. This has grown up in size over the last year.
Soon I will chop it up and empty out.
I will then add pieces of scoby when I make some blended smoothies.
The scoby is a cellulose-type product and adds gut-soothing fibre when consumed.
I have done this before.
I would only need to save a tiny piece of scoby to start off a fresh batch of Kombucha.
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A lot has to do with old-fashioned common sense which is often M.I.A. I use a 1-gal. glass jar to brew my 'bucha. Still need to get the fizz back...

I have noticed that the original kombuchas in the stores have either been removed or changed. One is hard pressed to find any that have any remaining "mother". At this point, in my local area, one would have a difficult time using any store-bought kombucha to start up a batch.

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Gluten-free flours can be used for sour-dough bread if that is an issue.
Probably would add eggs to compensate for missing gluten protein.
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Looks like the article came from a website that deals more with sensational articles.
The bugs in Kombucha are good ones.
As it naturally becomes more acidic, there is not much risk from pathogens.
The miniscule amount of alcohol that is created gets converted to vinegar.
As it tastes good and doesnt cost much to make at home, it can be a refreshing, low-calorie beverage to have at home.
Given that it has been brewed for many centuries, if it had adverse properties, then people wouldnt make it.
That is my take.
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Sorry! It looks like you've been "chatting" with yourself. I will try to check in more often and see what's happening.

Sour-dough bread sounds yummy. How does it rate in terms of gluten issues? -- Homemade is the best!

Here's a negative link about kombucha that came to my inbox. Let me know what you think:
mic.com/articles/108502/if-you-re-ki
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My son visited the other day.
He bought out 2 loaves of sour-dough bread that he made from a culture he has been maintaining.
It was some of the best tasting bread I have ever had with a really enjoyable texture too.
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weight skyrocketed recently.
This certainly doesnt help with pain and mobility
Have managed to lose 1.5 kg in the last few days
Hopefully this trend can continue




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Given that we consume more Kefir at home than Kombucha, I would have to say its the Kefir that has raised my immunity to infectious diseases .
My wife and I have separate batches.
Mine is stored on the kitchen benchtop and my wifes in the refrigerator.
What I like is the quick turnaround time.
We just add 1/2 cup of a previous batch to ! litre of long-life milk (or milk reconstituted from milk powder) in a loose fitted jar.
It is ready to use just over 24 hours later
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There's a scoby growing in both of my jars and I have one coming in the mail too. emoticon

RKOTTEK, thank you for offering a scoby. But Australia does seem a bit too far away to send me a scoby here in the States. Thank you for the kind thought any way emoticon
You must be an expert at making kombucha. Have you had any positive improvements in your health that you attribute to drinking it?

Today I'll be heading to town, hunting for some nice jars with lids to store my finished kombucha and some extra jars to try my hand at making some fermented vegetables too.

I enjoy hunting in thrift shops, yard sales, estate sales and consider it a hobby. Seems the economy has had a negative effect on the amount of good finds though. emoticon

At my age I need all the help I can get emoticon

Aching joints, sluggish digestive system, low energy and weight gain emoticon

I realize kombucha might help. I sure hope so emoticon






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its a pity you dont live near me.
I have heaps of scoby.
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I found two only two stores in my area that carry GT's Kombucha, but neither one carries the original. I bought a bottle of the green and am trying to make a scoby anyway.
I also ordered a scoby online today. I'm just hoping it will arrive healthy, worried about summer temps hurting it.
I'm just so anxious to make some kombucha!

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normally the floaties are just bits of scoby, it wont hurt to drink these, you can always strain these off if you prefer.



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I have a question. When I buy Kumbucha at the grocery store it has stuff floating at the bottom of the jar. I usually don't drink it. Am I supposed to drink it?

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our gardener cancelled on us on Monday.
I had bought some lillys to be planted
hopefully we can get it done next week
had a quiet weekend watching the footy
still tracking my challenges
just included Sodium as it has been to my detriment so far
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may try a green tea batch soon.
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Interesting - the other day I went to one of our local Asian markets to get some noodles my son likes. I stopped by the tea aisle and discovered they now had (or have had, but I don't travel to that store often), a package of Pu'er Tea.

I have had it before in bagged format, but was surprised to get home and discover this was pressed into a large cake format. The instructions say that 2 grams is roughly one serving. So I went searching for a website to tell me exactly how to go about breaking the cake up. I suppose I could stab it with a knife, but it looks pretty (they packaged it beautifully. I should take photos, although here in iPhone Safari it won't let me upload into these reply messages.).

Here is a link that discusses the tea, AND!! (Before you go all roll eyes on me like "so what?"), the connection to using this tea for making Kombucha!!

Need to see if my friend still has her scoby, or see if I can nurture one along from my bottle of GT Dave original that is resting in the refrigerator... www.happyherbalist.com/puerhchitsupi
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In the past, if a Kefir culture ever got a bit slow, I would race out and source a new batch.
For some months now I have been maintaining a batch by periodically adding the contents of mixed probiotics capsules to add extra good bugs to the mix.
from time to time I let the culture sit at room temperature until there is really big separation of curds and whey, I believe this process reactivates a culture and may also reduce that amount of spoilage organisms that could take hold.
It is important to use freshly cleaned vessels on a regular basis.
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Have a 4 litre Kombucha container, just topped up the last 1 litre with 3 litres of apple juice.
had some old water Kefir sitting around, so I turfed out the old liquid and topped up with apple juice as an experiment.

The old liquid from the Kefir made a very nice foot soak.

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That's how it works with my kombucha. -- But it is a good suggestion to work at incorporating. Thanks for taking the time to share!
That's good to know about the kefir & yogurt. emoticon

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BERRY4,
I wonder if rotation may be a good way to go.
Make a good big batch of whatever and when it is ready, have it stored in the refrigerator while the next project is underway.
We have been able to store Kefir or yogurt in the fridge for weeks on end without prblems.
We also have a 4 litre vessel of Kombucha that needs little attention.
Provided good hygenic practises are followed and a product is well fermented there is reduced scope for bad bugs to get established.
My son has to periodically store his sourdough starter in the fridge at stages when he has done big batches of baking.
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emoticon for the understanding! -- At least I have a place I can get good milk to start with, but having the ability to take care of all the "parts" and keep it going...not so easy!

I think my best bet is to start up the fermented veggies. That should add a good healthy boost to my gut health. I can get organic veggies at my local Chuck's and I have the starter that helps make for a better quality outcome.

DH and I will be out of town in a couple of weeks. So I will try to target after Easter to shred some cabbage, carrots & get those started in April.

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I know, right!! I haven't been able to keep them all straight any more either. Or to even drive out to the farm and get some grass fed milk to make yogurt with!?

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Time for me to get back to my kombucha brew. I seem to let it slide in the winter months. Too cold to serve on ice the way I like it.

Still behind on figuring out how to get going with kefirs & fermenting my veggies. It seems hard for me to keep up with everything. emoticon I no longer can juggle multiple things like I used to be able to do. (ie. just give me one thing!)

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Had a get together with different family members.
This has led to a slight disruption in my eating plan and 1 which I will correct for from today onward.
My son bought out some sour dough starter which which we made pancakes. He also bought out a very nice sourdough loaf, which was full of different grains.0

In turn, I gave him an introduction to Kefir making and gave him a culture to go home wih
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