Kombucha flavored Blueberry & Raspberry

I just recently started making Kombucha.  But I knew about it for at least 15 years. My mom used to make it all the time. Being a kid I could not bring myself to drink it because of the scoby.  So until recently I bought it at a grocery store which was pretty spendy for one 16 oz bottle. I got hold of a scoby and made myself some. Flavored with Raspberry and blueberry.  I prefer raspberry.  It’s so easy to make. it’s so good and a lot cheaper to make plus all the benefits. Tray to ask around and see if someone can give you a scoby otherwise you can make your own.

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Homemade Cranberry Citrus Fruit Juice Kampot with Honey

With Cranberries in season right now, I make my own juice or Kampot. of course with all the benefits of drinking it without any extra ingredients I will take this over any Soda any day. Kampot is good hot, cold or warm and will go perfect with your Thanksgiving meal. And as you can tell the cute little Gingerbread village was made by my beautiful daughter!

Ingredients

2 gallons water

16 oz fresh cranberries

1 large orange peeled and sliced

2 large lemons peeled and sliced

1 apple

1 cup Honey or more

 

To Prepare

Fill large pot with water I use faucet water, add cranberries, sliced Orange, sliced lemon and sliced apple bring to a boil and let it simmer for 10 minutes. cover and let it cool sweeten with Honey or Organic sugar. If you will drink it hot let it simmer for 25 minutes instead of 10.

strain and enjoy.

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Kampot – Fruit Juice

Because it is nearing 100 degrees here in MN and my lawn looks like Sahara dessert. Kampot is the drink to have. Kampot is a homemade fruit juice., using any fruit you have at home. Do you have a few handfuls of frozen berries in your fridge? if yes, you can make Kampot

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Ingredients
16 Cups water
2 Cups blueberries
1 Cup raspberries
1 Cup strawberries
1 Cup Sugar
2 Tablespoons lemon juice

To prepare;
Mix water, berries, lemon juice and sugar to a boil, Turn down to a simmer and simmer 10-15 minutes, turn off cover and let sit 1 hour.
Strain Kampot, throw away solids. Store in Fridge.
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