- 6 Tablespoons of lemon juicefreshly squeezed or bottled
- 6 teaspoons of greens powder
Leafy greens are very important to your daily diet. Greens include spinach, kale, collards, lettuce, cabbage, broccoli, beetroot, and more. These green leaves can be found in your garden, at your local farmer’s market, or in the produce section of the grocery store.
Greens are jammed packed with lots of vitamins, minerals, and nutrients, such as antioxidants and probiotics that the body needs and they are so easy to digest.
If you can’t grow green vegetables, if you don’t like to go to the store and buy them, or if you just can’t stomach the taste of the greens, then the green powder may be the best answer for you. With the green powder, you will be able to get the vitamins and nutrients that your body needs but without the preparation.
Green powder can be added to smoothies, in salads, health drinks, and now kombucha to get the most out of your drink.
If you’re not getting everything you need daily in your diet, you will want to include greens and kombucha to assist. You can purchase green powder at any health food store or in the grocery stores.
For this recipe, you need three ingredients; green powder, a lemon or lemon juice, and kombucha.
Before you make this recipe, you will need kombucha. If you haven’t made kombucha before, you can follow this recipe for a simple easy to follow step-by-step recipe. Kombucha can take 7-10 days to complete, which includes two fermentation steps.
Equipment you will need to make Greens and Kombucha
* Measuring cups and spoons
* Mixing bowl
Add Kombucha to the Bottles
Once the kombucha has completed the first fermentation, you are now ready to pour it into six - eight ounce bottles. Leave one inch space to the top so you can add the other ingredients.
Add the green powder
Add the lemon Juice
Carefully pour one Tablespoon into each bottle of kombucha
Shake it to mix it
Place the lid on the bottles and shake it well to combine the juices and powders together.
Begin the Second Fermentation
Drink the kombucha or place it in the refrigerator if you don't want to drink it immediately. It won't keep at room temperature.
Before drinking it, you may want to give it a little shake to stir everything up so it's well blended before you drink it.