Date & Time: Saturday, April 23rd, 11:30am till 12:30pm
Location: Urban Interstice Gallery, 3443 26th Street, between Mission and Valencia St.
Kombucha is a fermented drink of a sweetened tea that has been brewed using a macroscopic solid mass of microorganisms. It's said to contain essential nutrients like viable probiotics, amino acids, antioxidants and active enzymes, and have many health benefits!
In this workshop we provide you with an alternative to commercially produced Kombucha by teaching how to brew your own, saving you lots of money and getting unique flavors. I will show how to safely brew a supply at home. Plus each participant will go home with their very own S.C.O.B.Y. baby, the 'symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast'.
Class size is limited. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up. Call 415.420.0527 with any questions
a pen for taking notes
a tupperware container with tight fitting lid
You will take home:
printed recipe and directions
a S.C.O.B.Y. baby to get started
You will need the following once you have your baby home:
a large glass jar as pictured above
a dish towel
green or black loose tea