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Recently, the Charlotte, NC Culinary expert, Heidi Billotto shared her love for Jun. Heidi Billottos’s blog, Eat and Drink Local shares stories on the “all-you-want-to-know about farmers and chefs across the Carolinas”
While buying Jun from your local breweries (like us!) is easy and fun, there’s a special joy that comes from brewing your own (and with our kits, it’s easy too!)
Recently a member of our Facebook Jun Brewing Community asked about how to store SCOBYs and get the perfect carbonation. So, we pulled together all the answers in a blog for all our fellow brewers.
Do you suffer from an overwhelming abundance of Jun SCOBYs? Do you open your cupboard, refrigerator, or car door to find them overflowing with excess cultures? If so, don’t fret, here are 8 different ways you can put those SCOBYs to use!
We are often asked about the alcohol content of our Jun since it is made through fermentation. You may have even seen kombuchas that you have to get carded to purchase. Our Jun, however, is non-alcoholic and we’ve decided to give you all the details!
When we trace our way back to our first Jun culture, we find ourselves sitting with Rob Lenfesty, owner of Mandala Chocolate. Although he wasn’t the one specifically who passed it down to us, he is a part of our story.
In honor of World Breastfeeding Week we wanted to answer a question often asked by pregnant and nursing mothers. “Can I drink Jun while pregnant and breastfeeding?” The short answer, yes!
Did you know that over 70% of our immune system lives in our gut? It is crazy to think about, yet it makes a lot of sense when you begin to think about it.
On June 11th, The Great Reset podcast released their 43rd episode featuring our very own Shanti Volpe! Shanti wears many hats and is both the CEO of Shanti Elixirs and a Registered Nurse.