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Colleen's Kombucha FAQ Web Site

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Kombucha is a popular health promoting beverage which is usually made by fermenting common black tea and white sugar using a special Kombucha colony. It has a reputation for being very good for your health, and it costs almost nothing if you make it yourself. Most people think it tastes good-- similar to tart apple cider.

The Kombucha Center describes Kombucha's history, health benefits, how to make it, and where to get it.

The Kombucha Center is organized into the following sections which correspond to the navigation buttons at the top of each page.

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Other Names for Kombucha

  Kombucha Tea, Manchurian Tea, Mo-Gu, Fungojapon, Fungus japonicus, tea fungus, Fungojapon Kombucha, Indo Japanese tea fungus, Tschambucco, Volga spring, Kwassan, Pichia fermentans, Cembuya orientalis, Combuchu, Champignon de longue vie, Tea Kvass, TeaKwass, Olinka. -- (More)  
  About this site by Bob Williams.  (Bob) intended this site to convey knowledge about Kombucha Tea. You will not find distracting Java applets or animated GIFs flashing at you while you are trying to read. I chose the colors to be easy on the eyes. I ask for no cookies and nothing is recorded from your visit. At least on this site your privacy is protected. :o))

Several years ago this site and the Kombucha FAQ site were together, (1995). We separated the FAQ and Colleen Allen undertook the task of writing the FAQ, (a daunting task under any conditions). Colleen passed on to become "Spirit Dancer" in November 2000, Bob inherited the FAQ site again. So they are back together as originally intended.
  Bob Williams maintained the Kombucha Center and Kombucha FAQ from 2000 to 2004 when he passed on. He turned over the ownership and maintenance of both sites to Beverly B. Ferguson in May 2004.  

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Updated 2007



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