RFWH31: All About Kombucha- That Why’s, What’s and How’s of Kombucha and How To Make Your Own, Caring For Your Gut Health and Bacteria Buddies with Guest, Hannah Crum

Episode 31

In this episode, learn all about kombucha, a cultured beverage full of probiotics that can easily help you get off sodas, balance your body and support healthy digestion, with guest, The Kombucha Mama, Hannah Crum, of Kombucha Kamp.


From this episode:
Website: Hannah’s Website, Kombucha Kamp
Our #realfoodroadtrip photos!
Shower Filter
Berkey Water Filter– the BEST countertop, gravity filter (no electric/plumbing needed)
Whole House Filters and Other Water Filters
How to Make A Saltwater (Sole) Solution
Himalayan pink salt
Celtic sea salt
Redmond Real Salt
Adrenal Fatigue in the 21st century by Dr James Wilson
GTs kombucha– love that gingerade flavor!
Traditionally fermented pickles
The True Cause of Heartburn/GERD
Why Stomach Acid is GOOD For You by Dr. Jonathan Wright
Mark McAfee from Organic Pastures
How to Find Real (Raw) Milk
Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon
ShiftCon– an annual eco-wellness influencer conference
The Big Book of Kombucha– pre-order now!
Building a scoby hotel
How to Make Kombucha– video
Kombucha heater
Kombucha Brewers International
How to Make Water Kefir
How to Make Ginger Ale
Buddah’s Brew Kombucha– pineapple supergreens is my favorite flavor!
Humm Kombucha  – the apple sass and coconut lime are so good!
Health-Ade Kombucha – love the pink lady apple and pomegranate flavors!
Starter cultures (Scobys)
How To Choose Healthy Fermented Food
Continuous brew kombucha

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