If you've been following this blog for any amount of time, you know how much I love fermenting. It's been something I've been really passionate about for a very long time. I love fermenting everything from the basic carrot stick or cucumber pickles... to tomato salsa, apple chutney... even eggplant. And, of course... kombucha!
That's why I was so excited when I saw that this book was going to be published!
The Big Book of Kombucha.
I've never met a book more aptly named. The title says it all, really. This is THE one and only Big Book all about kombucha.
Written by Hannah Crum and Alex LaGory of Kombucha Kamp, (grab your Free DIY recipe and guide!) This book is a magnum opus. So much thought, dedication, years of experience and research have gone into this book they've created. And it's absolutely beautiful, too!
Anyone who has ever tasted kombucha, made their own or tasted someone else's home brew has questions about what they've just experienced. Kombucha is far from new, but it's definitely a bit of an exciting trend right now. This book covers everything you could ever possibly need or want to know about this healthful elixir.
This book covers the basics, as well as going in-depth into the history, art and science of kombucha. Plus, it has over 200 recipes. But it doesn't overwhelm! It's a pretty spectacular accomplishment. I'm still digesting all the information and will be for quite a while.
It's already been a helpful reference in my Fermentation Friends Facebook group where people have questions all the time about kombucha. If you like kombucha, make your own, or simply want to round out your fermentation library, you've gotta get this book!
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