Kombucha SCOBYs are symbiotic colonies of bacteria and yeasts. The gelatinous SCOBY structure comprises polysaccharides produced by bacteria and yeast. In this blog, you’ll learn how to grow your own kombucha SCOBY, the best places to buy a SCOBY, how to make kombucha, and how to store kombucha SCOBYs.
50 grams organic sugar
5 grams organic tea
about 1000 mL water
1 liter glass jar
1 kombucha SCOBY
See links below for secondary fermentation and flavoring recipes
Keywords: kombucha, primary fermentation, fermented drinks