Non-Alcoholic

Discover more about non-alcoholic fermentation beverages including water kefir, sodas, kombucha, lemonades, and vinegar related drink recipes.

Safety and Sanitation

By Alex Lewin and Raquel Guajardo

Here’s what you need to know about food safety and methods of preservation. ‘Canning is a massacre, while fermenting is a war of attrition and diplomacy.’


Storage Bottles and Jars

By Alex Lewin and Raquel Guajardo

Learn about the proper vessels and lids for properly creating and storing your fermented concoctions.


Tepache Recipe

By Adam Elabd

This sweet and sour Mexican drink can be served over ice or mixed with rum or beer for a refreshing alcoholic beverage.


Flavoured Vinegars: Spring Recipe

By Alex Elliott-Howery and Sabine Spindler and photos by Alan Benson

Use those half-used bunches of herbs and fruit to infuse your own flavoured vinegars, which, when bottled, make beautiful homemade gifts.


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Kombucha for Health and Happiness

By Katherine Green

Learn about the origins of this popular probiotic beverage and how it could benefit your body, mind and budget.


Lavender-Mint Kombucha Recipe

By Katherine Green

These two edible herbs give your summer brew a fragrant, soothing effect and support a healthy digestive system.


Peach Kombucha Lassi Recipe

By Katherine Green

Combine two types of fermented components to make this fresh, delicately sweet drink that has double the probiotic power.


The Link Between Gut Health and Inflammation

By Carolyn Williams, PhD, RD

Don’t be so quick to dismiss buzzwords like ‘gut health’ and ‘good bacteria.’ The two – or lack thereof – have a direct connection to your body’s wellness.



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