Kombucha facts Friday

Did you know Babes Boocha! Is naturally effervescent not carbonated? ……what does that mean? Effervescence happens during the second fermentation. Fruit is added not only to give it that great flavour but to reactivate the yeast, causing it to bubble or fizz. This fizz is softer then carbonated bubbles on the tongue. Looking for more …

Theres something floating in my kombucha. Has it gone bad?

Nope your kombucha has not gone bad, that is actually a good sign. It means your kombucha is alive and well, full of beneficial live bacteria. If you don’t find anything floating around in your kombucha it can be for a few reasons. One main reason is that the kombucha is not a pure, raw brew …

Kombucha Fact Friday

Kombucha Contains Antioxidants. Antioxidants are substances that fight free radicals, reactive molecules that can damage your cells. Many scientists believe that antioxidants from foods and beverages are better for your health than antioxidant supplements Kombucha, especially when made with green tea, appears to have antioxidant effects in your liver. Rat studies consistently find that drinking kombucha regularly …

Kombucha facts Friday

Kombucha Can Kill Bacteria. One of the main substances produced during the fermentation of kombucha is acetic acid, which is also abundant in vinegar. Like the polyphenols in tea, acetic acid is able to kill many potentially harmful microorganisms. Kombucha made from black or green tea appears to have strong antibacterial properties, particularly against infection-causing bacteria …