3 Fermented Drinks to Try: Kombucha, Kefir and Kefir Water (Page 4)



Kombucha is a sweetened tea, typically black or green tea, fermented with bacteria and yeast. The drink is often flavored with herbs or fruit. A tiny amount of alcohol is sometimes produced during fermentation—less than 0.5 percent alcohol by volume. However, some kombuchas have been found to contain up to 2 or 3 percent alcohol.

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