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Video: How To Make Kombucha in 60 Seconds

Kombucha Recipe Making Supplies

Kombucha is easy. Regular readers here already know that. But sometimes, to the uninitiated, it can seem intimidating.

The first time I laid eyes on a Kombucha culture, there was no doubt I was FASCINATED, but I also admit to being a bit disgusted at first.

I don’t want to get too philosophical here, but much of what is wondrous and life giving in nature may cause similar reactions at first. Suffice to say, Kombucha is funny looking and, if you’re used to the SAD, darn funny smelling too.

Sometimes even trying to take in a recipe page can be enough to scare people away. So, we decided to make it as easy as possible to introduce Kombucha to the Newbie.

In just 60 seconds, soak in the entire process, then download a free 4-page DIY Guide complete with a supplies list, step-by-step instructions with pictures and safety tips.

Get The Kombucha DIY Guide Here!

Fear? Out the window! Excuses? A thing of the past! Share this video with someone you believe would benefit from having Kombucha introduced into their lives. Show them how easy it is to make Kombucha in no time flat and be their Kombucha hero!

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  • Keith

    October 12, 2023 at 9:12 am

    Hi Hannah — I mentioned this on another blog post, but i can’t find it now, so maybe it didn’t get published… i’m on a few FB kombucha forums where it seems like an echo chamber that the mantra gets repeated over and over: “the scoby is the liquid! no need for the pellicle!”… so, was wondering, do you have any studies, research or evidence that i could cite which would indicate the opposite? i mean, i don’t want to tell anyone that their way of doing it is wrong, and it all somehow just seems to be do-whatever-works-best-for-you-in-your-circumstances, but… i remember being in a seminar you were giving and you said something about someone having done some research about that topic… was wondering where i could find it.


  • Paula

    March 15, 2022 at 1:04 pm

    I just received my Hannah’s special blend tea today. No directions. How many Tbsp per gallon of filtered water?

    Thank you so much,

    • Hannah Crum

      May 30, 2023 at 12:30 pm

      We recommend 1-2 TB per gallon depending on how strong you prefer your base tea. This is roughly equivalent to 3-6 tea bags per gallon.

  • Suzy Eats

    April 16, 2011 at 8:34 pm

    Just found your site. this is very interesting info.

  • Ceitllyn Connal via Facebook

    April 15, 2011 at 11:04 am

    I do a continuous brew, tho sometimes I really want 2 going at the same time 🙂

  • kate@ahealthypassion

    April 15, 2011 at 5:34 am

    Thanks for all of the amazing tips any time I need to know anything about my kombucha I check here and you always have an answer 🙂


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