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Beverages

  • How to Make Water Kefir

    Water kefir is the most popular fermented food at our house. It's the one ferment that each family member enjoys and will drink on a regular basis. I was surprised by how quickly my family fell in love with this bubbly, tangy treat. If you want to try it, too, keep reading.
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  • Fermented Lemonade

    If you want to ditch artificial coloring, sweeteners, and other food additives from your diet, here is a great all-natural thirst quencher your entire family is sure to enjoy.
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  • How to Make Small Batch Wines and Meads

    When I think of mead, I think of ancient peoples. I had no idea that it was trending right along with other home brewing. But Ashley is in the know and shows you here how to make your own small batch wines and meads.
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  • How to Make Grapefruit Water Kefir

    Most carbonated beverages have at least 10 teaspoons of sugar in them. Think about that, the next time you put your 50 cents into a machine! Want an alternative? Water kefir to the rescue! Grapefruit water kefir tastes just like Fresca and you can make it without all the junk. Read on and Mindy will tell you how.
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  • How to Make Chai Flavored Kombucha

    Personally, I think pumpkin flavoring is over-rated. But chai? Never. And to combine chai with kombucha is just pure genius. What can I say? Michelle has done it again. Try this recipe for chai flavored kombucha and let us know if you don't agree!
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  • What's Wrong with My Kombucha?

    If you are new to making kombucha you may have many questions. What does a healthy SCOBY look like? Does this taste right? Is that mold? If you need a little kombucha encouragement, read on. Michelle will help you to see that everyone struggles and struggles do not necessarily mean failure.
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  • 10 Reasons to Make Continuous Brew Kombucha

    The friend that taught me to make kombucha stressed that her way, which she got from someone else, was the only healthy way. I am so glad that I have since found other folks who brew kombucha with great success, and in a variety of fashion. Read on for a great read on the continuous brew method of making kombucha. It will definitely open your eyes.
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  • How to Make Continuous Brew Kombucha

    I was taught to make kombucha in large bowls. I know that others use pickle jars or half-gallon Mason jars, but the friend that taught me stressed to never use a jar. She was sort of a kombucha snob. But once you fill a large bowl with extra sweet tea, moving it to a safe place for fermenting is next to impossible. I am so grateful to Chris for writing this series on continuous brew kombucha. It is opening my eyes to new possibilities—and saving my floors from all those sticky spills.
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  • Traditional Herbal Root Beer

    When I think that, as a young adult on my break from work, I would down a Pepsi and Snickers bar in a matter of minutes, I almost get nauceous. Today, because I was once counted in their lot, the habits of the young and foolish never shock me. I am just grateful to have been enlightened to the dangers of sugar. And I presume that you have, too, and that is why you are reading up on how to make root beer for yourself. Well, read on for Chris's wonderful recipe that uses traditional methods.
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  • How to Make Cultured Almond Milk

    I've never tried almond milk but my husband loves it in his smoothies. This recipe will surely add more power-packed nutrition to smoothies or anything you would want to use it with. I'm already thinking a dash of vanilla extract would taste great in it, too. To learn how to make cultured almond milk for yourself, keep reading.
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