We have tons of apricots on our tree right now which we used to make Dehydrated Apricots as shown in this post.
If you haven’t yet made kombucha, check out this previous post on How To Brew Kombucha.
In order to flavor it with apricots during the second fermentation you simply:
- Pour your fermented kombucha into a storage container with a lid (these half-gallon mason jars work beautifully).
- Wash apricots and cut in half to remove pits.
- Add about 5 apricots to your kombucha.
- Replace the lid and wait 5-7 days to infuse the apricot flavor.
- Enjoy! (if you can beat the kids to it).
If you like this recipe, try out these kombucha recipes:
Want to learn more about fermenting food? Check out Oh Lardy’s Guide to Fermenting Fruits & Vegetables. You will get easy instructions and delicious recipes to put you on the road to better health.
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