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Hannah Crum and Alex LaGory created Kombucha Kamp (www.kombuchakamp.com) to provide the highest quality brewing supplies, information, and support. Known as "The Kombucha Mamma," Crum speaks at consumer and corporate events nationwide. LaGory is a writer and producer who, with Crum, mentors homebrewers and serves as commercial brewing consultant. The couple co-founded Kombucha Brewers International in Los Angeles, where they reside.
"Refreshingly easy to read and full of interesting tidbits tucked among all the practical and scientific information. If you've got questions, this has all the answers." -- Terry Wahls, MD, author of The Wahls Protocol "Equally appropriate for health advocates, tinkerers, and historians. This is a must-have for every homebrewer!" -- Russ Crandall, New York Times best-selling author of Paleo Takeout and The Ancestral Table "Deep-rooted insight into the history, science, and how-to of this ancient brew ... a critical addition to the bookshelf of anyone interested in good food." -- Jennifer McGruther, author of The Nourished Kitchen "The definitive guide to all things related to brewing, savoring, and cooking with kombucha. You'll find all your kombucha queries answered." -- Michelle Tam, New York Times best-selling author of Nom Nom Paleo: Food For Humans "An in-depth guide to all things kombucha and an incredibly enjoyable read. I don't keep many cookbooks in my collection but this one will absolutely be a mainstay in my library." -- Katie from WellnessMama.com "The comprehensive guide to all things kombucha." -- Bon Appï¿½tit "On top of walking you through the kombucha fermentation process, The Big Book also includes a whopping 286 flavor combinations along with the history of the drink, information on health benefits, and much more. So it's your call: keep spending $4 a bottle on the stuff, or buy a paperback book and a couple gallon jugs and get brewing."-- Epicurious