Discussion in 'Kombucha Brewing' started by vitor, Oct 4, 2017.

  1. vitor

    vitor New Member

    hello guys.

    someone can help me with this doubt please

    I am Brazilian and here it is very common the rapadura and also cheap, but it is not possible to find sugar of rapadura here as published in the blog in the site of amazon, only in the form of stone, I would like to know if I can process the stone of rapadura at home and use in my kombucha?

    yes? what proportion to use for 1 liter of tea

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  2. Misschief

    Misschief Member

    I've never seen rapadura but I would think that, as long as you can weigh it out and dissolve it in your tea, you can use it. For one quart/litre, use 1/4 cup or approximately 60 grams.
  3. vitor

    vitor New Member

    Thank you for answering my friend, I'm going to try to execute this plan with the rapadura, I'm going to use this proportion that you indicated,
    I'll process the rapadura and use it ..
    if it's all right, I'll come back here to tell you
    the rapadura that I am going to use is similar to the photo
  4. Misschief

    Misschief Member

    Looking forward to hearing how it goes.
  5. vitor

    vitor New Member

    wanted to know one more thing, can I add coconut water in the first fermentation of tea? Or only on second ferment. ?

    Have you used it yet?

  6. Misschief

    Misschief Member

    I've tried coconut water kefir but never in kombucha. Personally, I like coconut water on its own.

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