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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Lev's Debuts Kombucha Vinegar

Posted By on Wed, Nov 17, 2010 at 11:08 AM

  • Tamara Palmer

Following the recent release of its kombucha extract, Lev's Probiotics of Treasure Island has just introduced two types of kombucha vinegar. Made with aged green tea kombucha, it's available in original and hibiscus varieties. The price point ($12) puts it below the cost of the extract ($16), though both are smarter general buys than bottled drinks.

In addition to working well on salads, the vinegar also does nicely in a pinch when you don't have extract or a bottled kombucha drink, whether doing shots of it warrior-style or adding a tad to some other beverage. Our next experiment: using it to make quick pickled vegetables. A leap forward for culture.

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