Tim writes –
Kombucha is a fermented tea beverage popular in Russia, China, and elsewhere. The culture forms a leathery skin called the “mother” that floats on top. This week’s Instructables TV episode shows how to wrangle the jellyfish-like “Mother” and make Kombucha 5 gallons at a time. This method produces a fizzy carbonated kombucha that tastes very much like hard apple cider.
This is a science fiction story, but it’s real, and you can drink it.
From the pages of CRAFT
Kombucha Madness. Brew your tea with fermented zing. From the column DIY: Clone It. CRAFT 02 – page 101. Subscribers–read this article now in your digital edition.