Niki is an amazing photographer and fellow local food blogger who uses the same CSA that my family does. We have a ton in common. I recommend you check out her site and the beautiful pictures and recipes that she shares there: Farm to Fork Photography Blog
You’ll probably be hearing a lot more about her, and from her, in the future, as we are in cahoots to do some pretty cool projects together! Today I am going to be sharing with you some of the photographs that she took at the Kombucha Demo that was thrown by H&H and Leslie from Kombuchick Inc.
This is Leslie from Kombuchick, who does our Tea Time Tuesday articles. She has exposed me to a world of probiotics and fermentation that I never knew existed! Plus she’s a pretty cool lady.
It doesn’t take much space to make kombucha. You can start it in a little quart jar. Unlike alcohol, kombucha needs oxygen as it ferments, so don’t put a lid on that guy! Keep germs out by covering it with a filter and a rubberband.
These little bags of goo are actually alive, they’re called SCOBY and without them you couldn’t make kombucha.
I’d say we had a pretty good crowd! We were hoping to bring in about 15-20 people, and I think our final count was over 50.
I know she’s going to hate that I’m sharing this publicly, but these beautiful ladies are: my mother in law, Cocobaby, and you may recognize Callie from our challenge videos.