The Kombucha Craze
Your everyday tea has a more complex sibling: kombucha. The drink, born from a Japanese word meaning kelp tea is making a resurgence, due, in part to the recent fermented-food craze. But before this brew gets you in its ancient kung fu grip, (the origins date back to 221 B.C. in Russia, China, and parts of Eastern Europe) read on for five need-to-know nuggets about this fermented tea.