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You will fool even yourself with this one! Use your extra SCOBYS and lots of ice and you have a cool summer treat. It's a unique flavor and texture when mixed with fruit and herbs. You'll want to use all your SCOBYs to make sorbets.
This is an easy way to store your extra SCOBYs and have some starter tea on hand as well!
This is a wonderful combination of prebiotics and probiotics. You can use tart dried cherries or dried blueberries- or both! It only takes a few minutes to mix them together for a fast treat!
Maci was eating some homemade applesauce one day and thought . . . I could put a SCOBY in this. So, she did! It’s tart, it’s tangy and it's raw! You can’t tell whatsoever that you’re getting a bunch of insoluble fiber in your applesauce. And remember, apples are prebiotics, too, so you’re getting pro- and prebiotics to change your gut in a spectacular way!
This one is loaded with fermented garlic and SCOBYs. This dressing is a powerful detoxer and a delight to the tastebuds! This is a powerhouse dressing!
Just another sneaky way to add extra probiotics into your life and use up that ever growing mound of Kombucha Scobys.
This is the very first weird experiment my daughter Maci ever made with a SCOBY. I thought she had lost her mind until I tried it. You’ll be surprised how good this is and nobody will ever know it’s made with SCOBYs. Maci loves this pie crust and uses it often.
I got the idea for this from the book "Kombucha Revolution." They made a wonderful salt scrub using dehydrated SCOBYs for pedicure purposes. This Brown Sugar SCOBY Scrub is made with a raw live SCOBY and will delight your senses and your skin!
You can make any of your favorite smoothie recipes and add 1/4 cup of scoby purée (or more) to it for a thicker, slightly tangy twist! Works great with kefir smoothies, too!
These are refined sugar free, blessed with probiotics from your SCOBY, and joined with the healing powers of coconut oil!
This scoby puree is great to have on hand. Once a month blend all your scobys up this way and store them in an airtight container in the fridge. Then you always have them on hand to add to recipes, smoothies, and more! Check out all the things you can do with scobys on this blog by clicking these words.
Traditional "Jun" is said to be a completely different culture than kombucha. Jun is made with honey and green tea. There are some who believe it is just a hybrid of the traditional kombucha SCOBY. In any case, this is our kombucha version of Jun and to learn more check out this blog: Jun! New Culture or Honey Kombucha Hybrid?
Jasmine pearls create a lovely floral flavor with your brew. We like it so much we rarely second ferment it!
White Tea is a delicate tea and will create a very mildly sour tasting brew. Although you normally only brew white tea a few minutes, make sure that when using it for kombucha you brew it for at least 10 minutes. This will ensure the appropriate amount of tannins are in the brew to produce a healthy SCOBY.
I like to use bottled juice with this recipe because it gives a better, less strong flavor and doesn't cause explosions. If you do use fresh grapefruit juice, only ferment 2-5 days.
This kombucha is super bubbly and loaded with antioxidants and lots of vitamin A. I think carrots are something special and that we should include them in our diets as much as possible. I love the flavor of fresh carrots. Nothing shouts, "Get back to your roots!" quite like carrots.
This is a recipe/tea option for first fermenting your kombucha, although we don't normally recommend using herbal or floral teas as a base for kombucha. The plain dried Hibiscus flower works great alongside green or black tea and creates a wonderful fruity flavor much like a natural version of kool-aid! Kids, especially, love this recipe.
My daughter Maci says this is the most bubbly kombucha she has ever made. It's crazy good, too!
This is a great alternative for those who don't drink coffee. It tastes similar to coffee and is quite delicious. This may brew faster depending on the temperature in your home.
This mayo is fantastic. The taste is delicious and there are no chemicals or preservatives. Store-bought mayo can't compete.
When you don't know what to do with your extra Scobys? Probiotic treats for your dog!
Try two different ways to make Margarita Kombuchas. The strawberry is my favorite.
Consume lots of ginger if you have hay fever or allergies. It works so wonderfully, you'll be amazed!
You can make all kinds of juices and add cultured veggies or kombucha to the juice. The combinations are endless. Stay tuned - we are going to be adding a lot of juice recipes to my Biotic Pro membership site.
Fresh juices make the fizziest kombucha! If you don't have a juicer this is an easy way to make fresh juice for your kombucha.
Scroll through all my pictures, and take a look at the day-by-day slideshow on step 11. Check out my timelapse video too!
Make sure you buy organic candy canes from your local health store. These won't have the harmful red dyes in them.
This is the same recipe you would use when you are making regular kombucha except you use coffee instead of tea. Once you use your SCOBY for coffee kombucha, you can't use it again in regular kombucha tea.
This smoothie is made with Greek yogurt which is food for bacteria in your gut. It's important to eat different types of cultured foods because they have different strains of bacteria in them which enhance the bacteria that live inside of you.
As you spoon into the tart Kombucha you get a burst of sweet flavor from the fruit. Yea its good!!
You can let this ferment for an hour or eat immediately. You can also store this in the fridge for a couple days.
You will add 2-ounces of this root beer extract to 14-ounces of regular kombucha. Then you will let it second ferment.
This is such a wonderful healthier replacement for regular root beer.This may seem like a lot of sugar but it is an extract and you only use a small amount which the yeast and bacteria will eat to convert to co2. Remember the sugar is for the microbes to eat and not for you. So you get the taste of root beer without tons of sugar. Click on the words, "Root Beer Extract" to find the extract recipe.