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FULL – How To Make Kombucha – the Healthy Tea
March 25 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
So sorry this class is FULL! Please check out our other sustainable living classes at this link: https://www.stoneycreekfarmtennessee.com/events
Why spend large amounts of money on Kombucha at the grocery store, when you can easily make your own, for pennies on the dollar? Learn about the health benefits of Kombucha brewed tea and why it boosts your metabolism and helps you develop a healthy gut! This 90-minute class taught by Beth Moran will give you the confidence to make your own Kombucha at home and develop recipes that will satisfy your palette for years to come!
In this class Beth will teach you about:
1) Ingredients you will need
2) Equipment you need
3) Steps of basic Kombucha fermenting
4) Safety and sanitation methods for safe fermenting
Beth will send you home with starter ingredients to produce your first batch of Kombucha:
1) A Kombucha Scoby
2) Organic Black Tea
3) Organic Sugar
How to Make Kombucha, the Healthy Tea
Date: Saturday, March 25, 2023
Time: 10 am – 11:30 am
Cost: $40 per person
Beth Moran has been making Kombucha for her entire extended family for years. She has tried numerous teas and flavoring ingredients to make her fermented tea a refreshing and delicious beverage. Beth and her husband Joe, have a keen interest in fermentation in general and understand the importance of a healthy gut to improve their immunity system.
The Morans held a very successful and informative class on Home Wine Making in 2019 at Stoney Creek Farm. They have also made vinegar, sour kraut, and sourdough bread. Curing meat is a different type of fermentation which they have done for years with hams and bacon.
Beth grew up in Jackson, TN on a dairy farm where she and her siblings were a big part of the daily working of the dairy. She graduated from Middle Tennessee State University with a bachelor’s degree in Home Economics Education. She was a stay-at-home mom to their 4 children, homeschooling and being very involved in their education at public school. Teaching Sunday School, substitute teaching at school, and then being a kindergarten teacher assistant for 13 years are some of the ways she has been involved in education. However, the somewhat old-fashioned idea of homemaking has always been the most important aspect of Beth’s life.