Who Really Gives a Flock?

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Having a flock of chickens has been one of the most rewarding experiences for our little family.  Watching hens clucking around the yard feels so calming and therapeutic, kind of like watching fish swim in an aquarium. They continually forage for insects to eat and grass to nibble on, only resting for a dust bath […]

Moving on to Online Pastures

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As you may have seen on social media yesterday, I have decided to move on from my kombucha bar in Costa Mesa.  It was a tough decision, and one I have been wrestling with for months.  I really loved the retail/restaurant atmosphere, and truly loved working and visiting with kombucha enthusiasts.  That being said, I […]

How to Make Kombucha

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Today I’m going to go over a basic Kombucha brewing recipe, in which I will teach you how to make 1 gallon of Kombucha from home! With just a few simple steps, you will be able to brew your own batches of Kombucha, save money, and begin your path towards a healthier lifestyle. However, you […]

What is SCOBY?

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Two of the first questions I get from people who want to start brewing kombucha are: “What is SCOBY?” and “What is starter culture?” So, what is SCOBY, why do you need it, and where can you get one? SCOBY is an acronym that stands for: Symbiotic Culture Of Bacteria and Yeast. It’s part of […]

How to Flavor Kombucha

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Today we are going to be discussing how to flavor kombucha. There are four methods I use at my shop that I think are the most effective, and I am excited to share them with you! Flavoring kombucha is definitely the most important part of the process; it determines whether it tastes good or tastes […]

What is Kombucha?

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This is officially my first blog post. Taking this first step has not been ​easy for some reason. Life is really busy these days for all of us- between kids, work, family and friends- I’m surprised I even made it this far to Blog Post #1! So just in case this is my one and […]