Regardless of your feelings about kombucha (we won’t hold them against you), it’s actually quite versatile and will become a staple in your kitchen. Here’s why:
FLAVOR OF FERMENT:
Cooking with a fermented beverage- whether that‘s wine, beer, or kombucha- can elevate the taste of dishes by adding depth and complexity. The flavors and aromas from these beverages infuse the food, creating a more nuanced and enjoyable eating experience.
THE HEALTH KICK:
You're likely aware of the many health benefits of kombucha. It's rich in probiotics, vitamins, antioxidants, and amino acids. Similar to how cooking removes alcohol from wine, heating kombucha eliminates its probiotics. However, if you're preparing a no-cook recipe, such as dips, dressings, or cold soup, you're not only adding a burst of flavor but also retaining all those beneficial elements.
EVEN IF YOU HATE KOMBUCHA:
While we get it, kombucha isn't everyone's cup of tea. Some folks aren't fans of its taste, the fizz, the appearance, or maybe all of the above. But when you bring kombucha into the kitchen, it imparts a sweet, multi-layered, tangy flavor to your dishes. It's worth giving kombucha another shot; it might just win your taste buds over.
YOU‘RE ALL ABOUT THE BOOCH:
You’re our type of people. We'd wager you take pleasure in introducing others to the world of kombucha and turning them into fans. Perhaps there's no better method to do this than by creating a fantastic dip or a sumptuous dish, and letting 3rd Bird Kombucha take the spotlight.
Don’t take our word for it- take the leap and taste for yourself. Grab our FREE Cooking with Kombucha Cookbook filled with family favorite recipes and cocktails/mocktails.