#60 – What Fermented Drinks Can I Make?

Today’s episode is dedicated to covering the wide world of fermented drinks – all accessible to you, makeable in your own kitchen, right now. We talk about over 20 different fermented drinks, including scoby ferments, whey ferments, grain ferments, wild ferments and we tell you how you can incorporate these super-health-giving, delicious foods into your life.

So if you’ve ever asked the question, what fermented drinks can I make or what other fermented drinks can I make, this episode’s for you!

You’ll leave episode informed, inspired and ready to get going on some new fermented drinks for you and your family to enjoy!

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What we cover:

  • Scoby ferments
  • Whey ferments, and how you don’t have to use whey
  • Grain ferments, including ale and boza
  • Wild ferments
  • Dairy ferments
  • Gluten-free ferments
  • Sugar and alcohol content concerns
  • Using fermented drinks in smoothies
  • Second-ferments

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Boza course

Sowans course

DIY proofing box article

Kobo Fermentary (the gingerbug queen)

Andrea’s Kombucha article

Alison Rye Kvass article

Thank you for listening – we’d love to continue the conversation.

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