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From the Hatch Lab Blog

7 Kombucha-Flavoring Fundamentals From Hannah Crum At Kombucha Kamp {giveaway}

July 29, 2016

As a girl who grew up drinking pickle juice, Hannah Crum fell in love with kombucha at first sip. A sophisticated upgrade to the vinegary liquid of preserved cucumbers, kombucha inspired Hannah to become The Kombucha Mamma, co-founder of Kombucha Kamp, and co-author of The Big Book of Kombucha with her husband and partner, Alex LaGory.

Hannah has done a ton to elevate kombucha, build the industry, and inspire everyday people to overcome their fears and brew their own fermented-tea concoctions…

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5 Tips For The Budding Kombucha Brewer from Caleb Hanson at Upstart Kombucha

July 26, 2016

Meet Caleb Hanson, he’s 33.3% of the Upstart Kombucha founding team and a self-proclaimed tech nerd and product guy who lives in Boulder, Colorado.

Upstart Kombucha is dedicated to elegant simplicity. The company launched in 2013, and even as it has grown, it continues to produce just four flavors. This deliberate choice allows Upstart to craft-brew each flavor separately, starting with choosing the right tea, sweetener, herbs, and fruit to create the perfect combo. Their Rose Bud flavor is made with white tea, their Berry Black with black tea, and both Mint Green and Lemon Ginger are made with green tea.

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Choosing Safe and Healthy Skincare Products and Making Them at Home: Helpful Tips and Herbal Allies {homemade baby wipe instructions}

April 10, 2016

Skin, our largest organ, does so much to protect what lies beneath it, but it’s not impermeable. Indeed, many of the products we put on it are designed not to be absorbed, but some ingredients manage to navigate through all three regions of the dermis, and into the bloodstream. Can you imagine slathering heavily perfumed lotion inside your body? How about using chemically laden baby wipes to clean up a few internal organs? No way! Why risk it?

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