Deus X Kombucha!

May 29, 2019

A cell food, kombucha is a healthy, life-giving and healing alternative to fermented or carbonated drinks. It’s really not difficult, and inexpensive to make – not to buy, though! Until I began to make my own, I could not afford to drink kombucha, and had purchased exactly two pint-sized bottles in the last four years (that’s simply a fact). Loving it so much, and with the one gallon batch gone in three or four days, I decided to split my kombucha SCOBY into two batches, and share the process here with my readers, to demystify it for you, hopefully. I cut the SCOBY in half as evenly as I could with a paring knife.  It reminded me of my granddaughter Emily’s placenta home, which Kathy stretched like a cathedral in her hands, delivering Nichole’s afterbirth while my daughter Emily and I watched (she was birthed with the same midwife I used when I had my two children). This inspired my daughter Emily to become a doula, and when I saw Nichole before she died, she told me she would always feel honored that her daughter Emily’s birth is what led to my daughter (her sister-in-law’s) passion and life work. Truly, a SCOBY is a living creature: it felt like meat (as I used to remember, as I’m vegetarian going on three years now). I haven’t used sugar in four years, so to me this is a dessert drink!

The SCOBY is from Amazon and was about $10.00. I had been researching this a few years now, and it’s not necessary to spend more on your starter SCOBY – it’s how you feed it that counts as it matures. For the tea, I used 1/6 English Breakfast black tea and 5/6 gunpowder green tea in this batch. The previous batch (last image in slideshow) was made with Twining’s Jasmine Green tea, and is very crisp and delicate, like a fresh apple. I think it’s so amazing on it’s own, with a complex yet delicate bouquet (I used to grow hops and brew beer lol) that the thought of adding flavoring is, for now, just silly to me! I’m new to kombucha (this is only my fourth batch), so am I experimenting in gradual steps, building my foundation to veer from wisely. And yes, I should be using better, cleaner teas. I do the best I can with with what $$$ I have.

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Ingredients: Two gallons of home-distilled water, used to make the tea as well as fill the jars, which a 50/50 tea and water, a SCOBY in each jar, and 1 cup white cane sugar in each jar.
Process: Put a SCOBY in each clean jar, add one cup of sugar (the SCOBY consumes the sugar as its food while fermenting), fill halfway with room temperature tea made with distilled water, and add distilled water to bring up to one gallon. Seal, bless with intention, and place in a dark, undisturbed place for a week to ten days. The target optimal temperature is 71′-74′ F.
Done time: After a week, test by placing a straw with one end capped in, and releasing into a spoon or cup (not your mouth, you don’t want to contaminate with saliva if you need to test twice!) If it is sweet, give it more time. It’s perfect if the sweet edge is gone. If you see a bit of blue aspergillus mold (not harmful, basically penicillin like on bread), it’s done and then a bit over done. Stop before the blue begins. After three batches, I feel confident about a nine day batch time! Strain through clean cheesecloth or a small gauge seive into bottles, cap tightly and refrigerate. So delicious and good for you!
Tip: If it gets cool in the house, set the darkened jar (kept in a dark box or covered with a towel) on a plate atop a bowl of hot water, and use your wrist to baby-bath-water-check it =)


Tags: cell food, distilled water, doula, homemade, living food, kombucha, non-GMO, probiotic, SCOBY, tea


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Ridiculed by family and friends lifelong for being a "conspiracy theorist", survivalist and prepper, the author was born to ancestry on each side steeped in Freemasonry (Masonic Order Scottish Rite, Eastern Star, Job's Daughters), the Oddfellows and the Elks, John Birch and other secret societies, while being German, Celtic Irish / Welsh and Cherokee in both direct parental lineages. Those who are awake know the significance of this lineage. Her early childhood and youth were shaped by devout Lutheranism, scouting, serving as Chaplain in Job's Daughters, and almost becoming Amish! After reading 1984 in 1974, she stopped watching television at age 14, and at 17, refused multiple recruitment attempts by the CIA. By age 25, she was an antique dealer who helped coin the term kitsch, and an accomplished, self-sufficient non-GMO organic gardener and master food preserver, with two young children, a degree in Chemistry, and a scholarship to Johns Hopkins Medical School. The tragic death of her closest brother derailed her medical studies, and having become a divorced single parent by age 27 with no child support, instead pursued advanced degrees in fine arts and hospice nursing. However, monetary reward was not to come. As years went by, a pattern of MK Ultra interference emerged, interrupting completion of her goals. The strong educational background in math, sciences and computers, fine arts, literature and history imbued her ability to decipher the intentionally confusing reality of the toxic world we live in. Previous employers include NASA Goddard, the Discovery Channel and Aerotek. As the "truther movement" gained momentum world-over, the undeniably visible dangers of GMOs, chemtrails, and the surveillance state grew evident. Interviewed on NPR's National Public Radio in 2011 as a pioneer GMO-free food producer, her life took another fateful turn three years later, after her primary care physician refused to diagnose and treat her for Lyme Disease, she realized she had developed what is commonly called Morgellons, and immediately discovered that the systemic coverup and refusal to diagnose or treat meant she had to heal herself. Drawing on every aspect of her lifetime of experience and learning enabled her to not only recover, but to achieve a greater health - in middle age - than is believed possible. In the process of detoxification and physical regeneration - especially the pineal gland - she found a working diet almost anyone can follow that raises frequency and sovereign intention, readying the mind, body and spirit for humanity's greatest challenge: Ascension.

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