Kombucha scoby

Learn how to grow and care for a healthy kombucha SCOBY in the comfort of your own home. Discover the benefits of brewing your own kombucha and start your journey to a healthier lifestyle today.
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A SCOBY is a jelly-like symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast that is necessary to brew your own kombucha at home. Let me show you how to make a scoby from scratch with just a few simple steps and ingredients. So that then you can ferment your own kombucha.

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As you and I continue to brew kombucha, the living bacteria culture that ferments it, known as the SCOBY, grows and replicates itself with every brew. Rather than throwing these extra SCOBYs away, you can actually store and keep them alive and healthy for later use in recipes or as backups for future brews. A SCOBY hotel is a jar or container full of a stack of SCOBYs, sweet tea, and starter tea. The sweet tea will keep the SCOBYs well fed and alive for 4-6 weeks, at which point it will need…

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