Kombucha scoby

Free to a good home:  one kombucha scoby.  Kombucha is produced by fermenting tea using a “symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast” (SCOBY).  I have been making my own kombucha for about a year now and it is very easy.  For a few dollars and less than an hour of time, I make about a half gallon every two weeks.   Along with the kombucha, it also produces a little baby SCOBY every two weeks, and if it isn’t thinned out regularly it will either ferment too fast or produce way more than I can use.  The typical kombucha is fed with simple black tea and sugar, I have been slowly converting mine to green tea and honey.  Since I am at about 50:50 now it will be your choice to continue the conversion or let it go back to 100% black tea.  I will give you a SCOBY and a simple instruction sheet, all you will need is a 16 or 32oz glass canning jar or similar plus tea bags and sugar.

Let me know if interested:

630-840-4740 or sheahan@fnal.gov