Kombucha Bread and Muffins
If you want a fast and easy probiotic bread, then you're in for a treat with Kombucha Bread. The naturally-occurring carbonation in kombucha will also raise your bread without baker’s yeast. And since this probiotic yeast is resistant to heat, you will actually receive some probiotics too. S boulardii feeds on the sugars in this bread while it ferments for 5-7 hours. You'll see bubbles and cracks in the dough as the good yeasts get to work making a loaf of delicious yummy bread.
You can get this special probiotic in kombucha tea and now it's one of my favorite ways to make bread and muffins. I think it tastes similar to a bran muffin and wow is it easy to make. You can use any kind of kombucha tea be it plain or fruit-flavored, they all taste good in this bread. The only caveat is this bread should be eaten within a few days, but stored in the refrigerator it will last up to two weeks.
🍷I love kombucha and all the benefits it can bring to the body. If you want to see more benefits then check out these articles.
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