It seemed like everyone was talking about it. I kept hearing about this “fermented” drink that was so good for health. As time went on I knew I was going to have to try it, although it sounded kind of nasty or, at the very least, strange. One day, a health-minded client invited to take me out to lunch. In the refrigerated case were many varieties of kombucha. She got one for herself and asked me if I had tried it. “No, I haven’t tried it yet.” I was feeling a bit nervous that I wouldn’t like it and have to drink the whole bottle. I decided to go for it anyway. Did I love it from the first sip? No! However, I was able to get most of it down that day. Ravings about it from many people continued. I tried it a few more times and found it began to grow on me. Now, I really like it. As a matter of fact, I think I may be addicted! I wrote this book because I found that store bought kombucha becomes a very expensive habit and wanted to still indulge regularly without breaking the bank. I now make kombucha that tastes as good as or better than the stuff I used to get at the store. Follow the steps and heed the information in this book and you can easily make your own too!