You will love the probiotic benefits of doing a Second Fermentation while making Ginger Kombucha. You’ll be amazed how much better this beverage is compared to soda! You will have more energy and better digestion with this outstanding immunity booster.
Awhile back, we shared with you a recipe for making Homemade Kombucha and we gave you information on the benefits of this remarkable drink. Today we are going to share with you how you create a Second Fermentation making Ginger Kombucha.
Homemade Kombucha Benefits
- Boosts Immune System
- Detoxification Benefits
- Antioxidant Properties
- Relieves Constipation
- Cancer Deterrent
Second Fermentation Ginger Kombucha
Some of our favorite Kombucha recipes:
- Lemon and ginger are, individually, two amazing flavors. Together they are incredibly complementary with a bright spiciness that works so well with the tang of Kombucha.
- 15 Kombucha Flavored Recipes: This roundup has a bunch of different flavors you’ll love!
- 20 Ways to Flavor Your Kombucha: The second ferment or flavoring Kombucha happens when you take already brewed Kombucha and infuse it with fruits, herbs, or flowers. The fruit can be in chunk form, purée, or as a juice.
- Peach-Flavored Kombucha is golden, sweet, and a real flirty summer drink.
- Kombucha Tea
- Fresh Ginger
- Pour your homemade Kombucha into each of your bottles about 3/4 full.
- Jars or Bottles
- Add about 4 or 5 pieces of ginger.
- Add more Kombucha, but leave about an inch of head space for room for the fizz.
- Seal and let it ferment a second time, 1-3 days.
- After second fermentation is complete, open bottle carefully over the sink, strain, rebottle, and refrigerate.
- Drink and enjoy!
Home Chef Tip: Experiment with fresh fruits and a variety of herbs. You will love how many different flavors you can create.
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Disclosure: The author of this article is not a trained medical professional, nor a dietician. All of the information in this post is based on research, doctor recommendations, and personal experience.