I have always really liked store-bought kombucha but always had pretty funky luck with kombucha made by my friends so I decided to make some on my own starting with a bottle of store bought. I followed these instructions and so far it seems to be growing wonderfully. It’s going rather slowly, probably because the cabinet where I am keeping it isn’t very warm, but each day it looks a little bit better! I can’t wait until it’s ready to drink!
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