Kombucha!: The Amazing Probiotic Tea that Cleanses, Heals, Energizes, and Detoxifies

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Penguin, 5 nov. 2013 - 208 pages
The complete guide to kombucha— the wildly popular probiotic tea.
 
Kombucha is lauded worldwide by healers, athletes, yogis, and other health-conscious souls, and is now going mainstream. Kombucha, a fermented tea beverage, has many cleansing, healing, and detoxifying effects.
 
Eric and Jessica Childs, founders of Kombucha Brooklyn and experts on the wonders of kombucha, share their knowledge in this complete guide to kombucha. In addition to the science and culture of ‘buch, Kombucha! includes recipes and reveals inventive uses for the beverage in cooking, cocktails, and beauty products, tapping the benefits of probiotics for radiant rejuvenation.
 

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Great book for a novice brewer or even for someone looking to up their kombucha brewing game. The recipes are probably my favorite part and when I get a little more bold I'll actually try some of the more unusual ones. Consulter l'avis complet

Table des matières

KOMBUCHA YOUR NEW HOT ROOMMATE
Essentially Kombucha Isa Superfood
ESSENTIAL HARDWARE
BREWING AND FERMENTATION
Your NextBatch
BOTTLING AND SECONDARY FERMENTATION Mise en Place
A HIGHER LEVEL OF TASTE
Flavoring Considerations Tea Blending Primary andSecondary Fermentation Adding Flavoring Foodstuffs Secondary Fermentation Only
KOMBUCHA KOCKTAILS
KOSMETICS AND KOMBEAUTY
Epilogue
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Eric Childs is CEO of Kombucha Brooklyn, which now develops its home brew kits and distributes products nationwide. Jessica Childs holds a bachelor’s of science in Molecular Biology from Bard College and a Chef’s Training Certificate from the Natural Gourmet Institute for Health and Culinary Arts. Eric and Jessica are married and live in Brooklyn, New York.

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