Hannah Crum, “The Kombucha Momma” makes a return visit with us this program. Hannah was with us last January ‘13 to talk about the delicious probiotic drink, Kombucha, and in May ’13 Hannah talked about the issue of GMOs. In this program, Hannah and I will talk about fermented foods. The most well known fermented foods are pickles, sauerkraut, and cheese. But a deeper look into fermented foods shows a large variety of foods and drinks that can be easily fermented. Listen HR 1 HERE. HR 2 HERE.
What’s so healthy about fermented sweet tea? Probiotics.
Kombucha is very easy and fun to make. Once your brew vessel is setup (and there are many ways to do this), the SCOBY will keep making Kombucha in as little four to five days. Kombucha can even be flavored with fruits and spices, and naturally carbonated to a near soda pop level!
Hanna Crum is a nationally known Kombucha expert and talks with us about all things Kombucha and health benefits of fermented foods. With the widespread reports concerning lactose intolerance and celiac disorders, making your own Kombucha is not only fun to do, but it can be a part of your health routine.