Pineapple Kombucha

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3 cups of kombucha
1 Cup of pineapple chunks

Pineapple Kombucha

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    Pineapple is a tropical fruit that can be enjoyed anytime during the year and is delicious freshly sliced, dehydrated, canned, frozen, and grilled. Add pineapple to your kombucha and you have a whole new way to enjoy this brightly colored fruit. Make pineapple kombucha before your next party and set out samples of what others could be making and include this recipe so other can enjoy the benefits of kombucha.

    • Serves 24
    • Easy

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    Pineapple is a good energy booster due to the manganese in this tropical fruit. It acts as a natural energy booster, which almost everyone can use at some point in the day.

    Get more done with pineapple kombucha. Vitamins and minerals include vitamin C, potassium, beta carotene, copper, B6, manganese, folate, calcium, thiamin, and magnesium; all of which are very important for daily health. If you’re not sure of what all these vitamins and nutrients can do, here are some benefits:

    * Arthritis pain management – Pineapple can decrease inflammation in the body. This inflammation can make it difficult for anyone who suffers from arthritis.

    * Building immune system – Just one serving of pineapple can give your immune system more than 100% of the daily dose of vitamin C, which is necessary in a healthy immune system.

    * Cell and Tissue health – Vitamin C is needed in order to increase your immune system but did you know that it can also create collagen? Vitamin C is considered a healing vitamin because it also has the ability to help wounds heal more quickly which can also reduce the chances of an infection developing.

    * Cancer Preventing Abilities – Pineapple contains antioxidants as well as other vitamins and nutrients which can help in decreasing the chances of developing cancers in the throat, breast, and mouth.

    * Digestive Aid – With today’s foods, it’s important to eat something with natural abilities to aid in good digestion. Pineapple is full of fiber which can help the body in digesting foods and decrease your chances of developing diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome, as well as constipation.

    Pineapple is also good for other conditions such as high blood pressure, eye health, and improve blood circulation.

    When making this recipe, you will be able to use any pineapple scraps you may have left over after cutting up a pineapple. If you cut up a pineapple you may notice that some of the pineapple doesn’t look very appealing to the taste buds. But they are not so bad that you have to throw them away. Now you know what to do with them; save them back so you can make kombucha. In fact, you can even add the core in kombucha since you are not going to eat it, but flavor it only.

    For this recipe, you will need fermented tea. Get the recipe here so you can make this ahead of time.

    Equipment Needed for Pineapple Kombucha

    Strainer

    Blender

    Bottles, 6 – 8 ounce bottles

    Measuring cups and spoons

    Steps

    1
    Done
    1 minute

    Prepare the Kombucha

    Add three cups of kombucha tea to the blender.

    2
    Done
    1 minute

    Add Pineapple

    Place the cup of pineapple to the blender

    3
    Done
    2 minutes

    Blend

    Turn the blender on blend so it will thoroughly blend the pineapple and kombucha together.

    4
    Done
    2 minutes

    Strain

    Once the kombucha and pineapple chunks are completely blended, you want to strain the liquid so you can remove any large chunks. If it's still too chunky, you will want to blend some more so it has another chance to blend together.

    5
    Done
    1 minute

    Pour the Mixture

    Now that everything is blended together, you can pour into the bottles you have saved. Place the lid on the bottle and set in a dark place

    6
    Done

    What to Expect

    While sitting in the dark, you will not see that the kombucha will eat the sugar in the pineapple and that's when the flavors become infused. You can begin to sample your pineapple kombucha after the second day to see if it is ready. You will taste a sweet taste with a little fizz to it. If it tastes right to you, then it's done. If it has a tangy taste, the process may not be quite done.

    Once it reaches the balanced taste, place it in the refrigerator until you are ready to enjoy!
    Pineapple kombucha will taste great anytime during the day. Even though the sugar has been broken down by the kombucha, it still doesn't lose it's beneficial factors.

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