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So, something on the twitter just reminded me I never posted my homemade Goddess dressing recipe! This is something I came up with on my own after spending nearly a billion million dollars on Annie’s (delicious and incomparable) Goddess dressing and then subsequently realized one of the key ingredients to Goddess dressing was vinegar, which I had a lot of. At about four dollars a bottle for Annie’s version, it really adds up, especially if you put it on everything like I do!
You can play around with this recipe (for example I like A LOT of raw garlic) and make yours to taste, this is just what I came up with.
- 1/2 cup raw tahini
- 1/2 cup fermented kombucha vinegar (the stuff that’s too acidic to drink)
- 1/4 cup Braggs Liquid Aminos
- 1/4 cup flax seed oil
- 1/4 cup olive oil
- 1 tbsp lemon juice
- 1/2 tsp sea salt
- 4 cloves garlic
- 1/2 cup water
- 2 tbsp dried parsley
- 3 tsp cane sugar
- 2 tsp cumin
Take your ingredients and put them in a food processor and blend until it’s nice and smooth or as chunky as you like it to be. It really helps to have the garlic cut or crushed before it goes into the food processor so you don’t end up with a whole clove of garlic floating around in there.
Try this out if you’ve got a lot of extra kombucha vinegar you can’t think of anything to do with.
Stay tuned for more recipes as time permits me to post them!
Here in the SFBA Kombucha Kollective Lab we’re brewing up some medicinal kombucha with a variety of herbs. More results on our progress as well as successful recipes will be posted as they happen!
We’re also experiencing a really high volume of calls during the week so try to email us first please.
Thanks for watching!!!
We’ve got a couple batches to bottle tonight so stay tuned!!!
for just 10 dollars you can have one of our awesome organic SCoBYs (also called ‘culture’ ‘mother’ and ‘mushroom’) for just $10! All you need is a food grade glass jar and your own teas and sugars and you’re set to brew!
Contact us here or at our email baykombucha . com
We’re starting to get into the flow of getting our starter kits out and streamlining the process.
The expected wait time on a Kombucha Starter kit is now about 3 days unless you’ve got a really whacky request.
For a new Kombucha Homebrewing Starter Kit you can choose from organic black, green, white, or yerba mate teas for your tea base and (for a bit extra) get your kit with herbal or floral infusions like lavender, hibiscus, or rose!
Our starter kits come with a 1 gallon glass jar, pre-brewed starter tea, dry tea and organic fair trade cane sugar for your next batch, and the SCoBY (the kombucha ‘culture’ or ‘mother’) and you can get one now for as low as $30 dollars. The cost is less than 7 bottles of store bought kombucha and with our kit you can make kombucha how you want FOREVER!
All of our kits are made to order however you want it.
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We’re bringing them back for a limited time!
Our kombucha tea home brewing kits come equipped with our brewing instructions, a sterilized glass jar, SCoBY (the “mushroom” or “culture”) and green or black starter tea with dry tea and sugar for your next batch! When you get home, keep your jar out of direct sun for 2-3 weeks and your first batch of kombucha tea will be ready to drink! The Starter Kit suggested donations vary from $30 to $35.
Expect up to a week for your Starter Kit order to be made and ask about our special flavored kombucha starter kits!