Gastropod’s Kombucha Culture Episode

One thing I struggle with in researching different fermentation cultures is the wildly imaginative claims made about many of them. It's tough to find good info about things like kefir and kombucha, so I was excited when I heard that the Gastropod podcast was doing an episode on kombucha culture. And they mean culture in... Continue Reading →

Grow Your Own Kombucha SCOBY from Scratch

Kombucha, a vinegar cousin, is fermented by organisms that build their own house at the surface of the liquid. This SCOBY, or Symbiotic Culture of Yeast and Bacteria, is another cellulose pellicle common to vinegar formers. While vinegar is a secondary fermentation of alcohol, kombucha is a fermentation of sweetened tea. The mechanics of that show... Continue Reading →

Jun, Kombucha’s Eccentric Sibling

In the universe of vinegar cousins, kombucha is probably the best known. It's become one of America's fad miracle drinks and is widely available in grocery stores and even gas stations here in Atlanta. It's easy to grow too - you can buy a bottle of commercial kombucha and leave it open to the air... Continue Reading →

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