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Learn to make Kombucha Tea at home for about $1 a gallon. This video includes complete instructions and a full demonstration of all the steps.
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Many starter cultures available at Cultures for Health. Julie, thank you for sharing these informative videos!
Would you please give me some insight on flavoring? I have done 3 rounds of kombucha, just flavored the third one today with frozen fruits (no juices). The other two were not fizzy (they were sour so i think i may have let them sit for longer than i should have). I did leave them for about 2 weeks each time. Today i started a new batch and I am thinking to leave it about a week or less and see if i get better luck with the flavoring or fizz due to a shorter time.
Are there any uses to my previous sour batches if they are too sour? (I'm thinking marinating...)
Also, i tried brewing black tea and green tea. The black tea skooby looks much thicker than the green tea one. Is it normal?
Thank you in advance, sorry if i posted this in the wrong forum.