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DIY Kombucha

Kombucha is a refreshing probiotic beverage that has been consumed for thousands of years. Kombucha is made by fermenting sweet tea with a SCOBY (Symbiotic Culture Of Bacterias & Yeasts). It is told that in Japan, samurai warriors used to consume it before charging into battle.


Kombucha is also sometimes referred to as the tea of immortality and champagne of life as it has long been recognized to have many powerful health benefits.

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Every DIY Kombucha Class Includes:
  • A quick (interesting!) lesson on fermented foods, the microbiome, health benefits and how supporting your gut health benefits your overall health. 

  • A detailed lesson and step by step demonstration. You get the recipe and instructions to take home. We will discuss timing, storage, shelf life, troubleshooting etc​

  • I'll demonstrate how to flavor or 'second ferment' your brew so you can flavor your own!

  • I’ll teach you how to make kombucha vinegar that you can use to enhance your own homemade salad dressings with probiotic benefits

  • I always bring lots of fermented samples to share and we will discuss other strategies for how to include more fermented foods in your daily diet.

  • Each student gets a kombucha starter kit to take home that includes:

    • A 2L mason jar​ (perfect size for personal use)

    • A SCOBY, and starter tea

    • The perfect measure of organic tea and sugar to start your first batch

Why Choose

Fermented Foods?

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  • Did you know that the microbes (yeasts, bacteria, fungi) living on and in your body outnumber the actual cells that make up your body 10 to 1?

  • Humans have a symbiotic relationship with our microbes and we each have our own personal population of microbes called the microbiome.

  • Supporting the ‘good’ microbes and maintaining a healthy microbiome is essential to good health and consuming fermented foods is one great way to support them!

Want to learn all about how to take care of your microbiome?

Learn about pre-biotics,

pro-biotics, lacto-fermented foods and get confident making your own ferments at home.

Take a DIY class! 

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