Kombucha is an amazing probiotic-rich beverage made by culturing sweet tea. Kombucha has become a trend in the health industry, and for good reason. Boasting a variety of benefits such as B vitamins for increased energy, multiple strains of beneficial probiotics and yeasts that support the gut, and minerals, and compounds that help the liver detox the body. Some research is even seeing results in using Kombucha to help cancer patients undergoing radiation therapy to recover from the radiation exposure in their bodies. This course discusses kombucha in detail, from why it is beneficial to drink, the history behind kombucha, and how to make your own kombucha at home. Simple step-by-step video tutorials will take you on a journey discussing the tools, the ingredients, brewing, flavoring, and advanced brewing. As an added bonus, we include some fast and easy recipes.
- Some additional tools and/or started may need to be acquired to complete the processes taught in this course.
- Make Kombucha at home.
- Use Kombucha in recipes
Rebecca Austin, also known as Coach Green, is the founder of Healthy Homestead Living, an organization and website dedicated to sharing information about how to improve your life through quality nutrition as well as other skills associated with sustainable living. She is a published author, sought-after speaker, and certified coach. Her passion is touching lives in a positive way through example, education, and encouragement.
Possessing a deep appreciation for learning, Rebecca started her first business at age 16, has traveled extensively in the United States and Europe, speaks three languages, and achieved her Masters in Business Degree while working full time and building her dream home. She volunteers at her church, substitute teaches at her local middle school, and interns with Kingdom Builders Academy. She is an avid international currency trader on the Forex Markets and manages three current businesses.
She lives in the Ozark Mountains with her husband, daughter, and beloved animals including horses, goats, chickens, ducks, rabbits, dogs, and cats.