Many of us know of raw kombucha benefits. As we have been making homemade kombucha in order to get those benefits without the high cost of buying kombucha at the store. But in the process of learning how to make kombucha fizzy, sometimes we end up with some non fizzy kombucha. Sometimes we might have a lot of flat kombucha that we don't want to throw out. Is there something we can do with that flat non fizzy kombucha or is it totally ruined?
No worries my tea and herb-loving friends, I have good news! There is hope for your non fizzy kombucha and your DIY Kombucha making at home is NOT a failure!
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With spring in the air, dandelions in bloom, and seed planting up on us, I'm also dreaming of cooler drinks over hot ones.
While there is always room for a good cuppa hot tea in the morning, the warmer weather has me turning to iced and sun tea as well as cold, bubbly, kombucha. There is just something about that fizz that is refreshing after a hot day out in the garden.
In our family of 6, brewing kombucha with the batch brew method doesn't cut it. It just doesn't make enough tea for all the thirsty people in our house and so we use the continuous brew method for making our kombucha. Plus continuous brew kombucha is faster, easier, and simpler to make.
Continuously brewing kombucha allows me to make a large amount so that each of our six family members can enjoy it, daily, at dinner. It makes it easier on my already busy schedule. In fact I've been continuously brewing kombucha almost the whole time I've made it without realizing that I was doing CB and not batch...