- 2 kiwiswhole
- 1 brewed batch of kombucha
Not everyone likes the taste of kiwi. It has a taste that you need to get used to. Kiwi is a small fruit with a peeling that resembles what you would find on coconut. Kombucha is a delicious tea that is very beneficial health wise and delicious tasting too. With a balance of both sweet and sour, Kombucha, when combined with kiwi can be a blast of exotic taste.
Kiwi is green inside and contain tiny black seeds that you can eat. IT has a white center which can also be eaten. You can find kiwi at any grocery store all year long. You can buy in bulk and freeze kiwi to add to your kombucha throughout the winter.
Kiwi has lots of fiber which promotes a good digestive system as well as helps to lower your cholesterol levels. Kiwi also has vitamin C, vitamin K, and vitamin E. Potassium is extremely important in your diet and kiwi can help you get the right amount of potassium needed for your body. When potassium levels are low, you may feel weak, have an irregular heartbeat, or you can possibly end up having a stroke. Kiwi has more potassium in just one cup than a small banana.
Adding kiwi flavor to your kombucha is easy to do. Simply follow the recipe below for a complete guide on how to create the best flavored kombucha you ever had.
Equipment you will need to make Kiwi Flavored Kombucha
- Measuring cups/spoons
- 6-8 ounce soda or juice bottles that are empty and washed.
Make your first batch of Kombucha
Prep the Kiwi
Cut the Kiwi
Add the Kiwi
Place 1/4 teaspoon of the diced kiwi into each bottle. If you have any remaining after you have filled up each bottle, you can distribute it evenly among the bottles until it is all used up.
Add the Kombucha
Start second Fermentation
Once the three days are up, you can open the kombucha and drink it or you can refrigerate it until you are ready to drink. Because you are using fresh kiwi to make this recipe, you must place it in the refrigerator to keep the kombucha from spoiling.