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u/snipe4fun · 1 pointr/fitness30plus

I've made my own kombucha in the past. I wonder just how much hippy-woo am I drinking? The only sound science I've read is that it does contain an antibiotic, but also that it is ipso facto a contaminated culture considering that there are multiple lifeforms living in that "tea mushroom".

I've made my own kimchee, and have even obtained a ceramic vegetable fermenter to continue keep this a regular practice. As mentioned above The Art of Fermentation by Sandor Katz is an excellent resource. A rarer book that I found years earlier is The Permacutlure Book of Ferment & Human Nutrition by Bill Mollison.

I've been making mead for over a dozen years now. Its good stuff. Plus it is much easier to make than beer or wine, as there is no pasteurization of the initial ingredients due to the natural antiseptic properties of honey.

u/Aetole · 1 pointr/AskCulinary

Bill Mollison's books are foundational. The Permaculture Book of Ferment & Human Nutrition is a bit tricky to find, but worth it if you are a fermentation/preservation nerd.