Kombucha is a wonder drink. This fermented tea has been around for centuries and is legend in many countries such as China, Russia, and Korea. There are even stories that Genghis Khan drank it often and gave it to the men in his armies. It can become a part of your life very quickly and the next thing you know you’ll have your very own brew fermenting on your counters. It’s cheap and easy to make, but if you leave it fermenting too long it can get a strong taste, and actually will turn to vinegar which will stay perfectly preserved. If your kombucha tea ever gets too strong for your taste, don’t throw it out!
Here are ten ways to use your over-fermented kombucha
#1: Save as a strong starter tea for your next batch
#2: Strong kombucha can be used as a household cleaner
#3: Make your own Apple Scrap Vinegar!
#4: Make a marinade for meat or veggies!
#5: Make a SCOBY hotel
#6: Use as a facial toner
#7: Make probiotic water
#8: Use like regular vinegar in recipes
#9: Kombucha Mayonnaise!
#10: Make a salad dressing
Try one of our four delicious salad dressings: