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Homemade Kombucha

I somehow fell in love with this odd-tasting brew years ago.

I remember sitting in my car during my lunch break drinking a bottle of fizzy kombucha and eating pita chips with house made edamame-hummus from Whole Foods.

Excepting the chips, I make these things myself now.  Not only do I save a lot of money, but I can tweak the recipes to suit my tastes and moods.  I can experiment. I can mess it up, but hopefully I don’t. Usually it is wonderful, thankfully. I love the probiotic benefits of raw kombucha, and I love knowing that the best, most organic ingredients were used to make it. I feels good to nourish one’s self.

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