Food Comparison

January 2017 Issue

Sip Kombucha Well

You may just be seeing it on your grocery store shelves recently, but kombucha has been around for more than 2,000 years. For most of its existence, kombucha was brewed at home, but in the last two decades companies have begun mass producing it, making it readily available to everyone. Kombucha is a very simple beverage made from a combination of tea and sugar, juices for added flavors, and the magic ingredient.

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