Raspberry Fermented Kombucha Soda - Om Nom Ally

Raspberry Fermented Kombucha Soda

Alison Murray Dairy-free, Drinks, Fermented, Gluten-free, Nut-free, Paleo, Raw, Recipes, Vegan, Vegetarian, Wholefood Blender Party 12 Comments

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It’s been very quiet in the blogging world and on social media this week, I’m guessing it’s because all my American friends have headed home to spend time with family on Thanksgiving. I can’t wait to hear about how you all spent your time and what delicious food you ate!

I enjoyed my first ever Thanksgiving this year, a whole bunch of my friends and I spent Thanksgiving at another friend’s house where they ended up feeding around 30 of us. No easy feat! The food was amazing, the company even more spectacular. So Happy Thanksgiving to you all and hope you’ve had a marvelous week and weekend 🙂

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We had a couple of ties on the most viewed posts, so instead of 3 features, we’ve got four this week 🙂 There’s a Layered Coloured Smoothie I’m dying to make, some gorgeously named (and flavoured) Fairy Water, home-made, non-dairy Oat Milk that would go perfectly with Oatmeal Raisin Cookies and a Creamy, Dreamy Calming Smoothie for the end of a busy day.

I made three of these drinks this week and they were all fabulous, I’m going to give the layered smoothie a go for breakfast later this week – I hope it turns out as spectacularly as Girl on Greens’! A big thanks to all the bloggers who have been linking up, I’ll hope you’ll join us again this week or in the future 🙂 Thanks to all the readers who make this so fun to participate in, I hope you’re finding as many fabulous recipes to try as I am!

Layered Coloured Smoothie by Girl on Greens

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 Fairy Water by In Search of Yummy-ness

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Oat Milk by Wholehearted Eats


Creamy Green Calmer Smoothie – Candida Diet Plan

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Smoothie OTW Link-Up Guidelines:

  1. This link party will start at 12pm Sundays and end at 8pm Thursdays (AEST).
  2. Enter up to 3 links on relavent topics (see above). The post may be your newest, or from your archive – it doesn’t matter, we want to see it! Linked recipes should focus on wholefood, unrefined and unprocessed ingredients.
  3. Link to your specific post for each entry, not the main page of your blog. Enter your post description in the “NAME” space on this form (not YOUR name). Please do not add links that promote giveaways, online shops or other link parties.
  4. You must link back to the party, either through a text link or button on your post (available below in two sizes). Leave a comment on the link-up page if you like and visit some other posted links that pique your interest – it’s a community event after-all! Mentioning the link-up on social media is encouraged and will help this event grow to build a strong community based on real food recipes.
  5. Every week I will pick 3 posts to feature on the Smoothie OTW Link-Up post. By entering your link, you are giving permission to use any part of your post (including images) in a spotlight on Om Nom Ally. Proper credit and links will always be given to you. Posts are also promoted on the Om Nom Ally social media channels and added to the Smoothie OTW Pinterest board.

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Raspberry Fermented Kombucha Soda

While I also drink milk and water kefir, kombucha is by far my favourite fermented beverage. While I started out brewing with green tea, rooibos is now my tea of choice for kombucha and goes amazingly well in this blended raspberry soda.

You can use store bought, unflavoured kombucha to make this soda, or brew your own as normal and proceed with the recipe after the first ferment. If you’re located in Australia and want to get your hands on a kombucha scoby or get more information about brewing send me an email or leave a comment on the page 🙂

Raspberry Fermented Kombucha Soda - Om Nom Ally

Raspberry Fermented Kombucha Soda
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A great recipe for your second kombucha ferment, this blood red soda is much healthier than the store bought varieties!
Recipe type: Beverages, Fermented
Cuisine: Dairy-free, egg-free, gluten-free, grain-free, nut-free, soy-free, wheat-free, vegan.
  • 1 litre brewed kombucha
  • 1 cup raspberries
  • juice of one lemon
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 2 pitted dates or stevia to taste (optional)
  1. After the first ferment of your kombucha, remove scobies to start new batches and then blend brewed kombucha with all other ingredients.
  2. Strain through a nut milk bag or fine strainer, cap the bottle and drink immediately, store in the fridge or allow to ferment for a further 7-10 days.

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  1. The layered smoothie is absolutely gorgeous! I’ve seen those on instagram and can’t wait to check out Girl On Greens. Also passing your Raspberry Fermented Kombucha recipe to several friends who have been wanting to experiment with kombucha!

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      Thanks for passing along the recipe Alexandra, if they need any other suggestions I have a whole list I can tell them about 😀 Thanks for linking up your Tropical Soft Serve and Green Smoothie, they both look so refreshing for the hot weather we’re having here!

  2. Thanks so much for highlighting my Creamy Green Calmer Smoothie – much appreciated 🙂

    I totally agree with Alexandra – the layered smoothie look amazing. And I’m very impressed with you for making such a refreshing kombucha drink. I’m really keen to try making some at some point. so your recipe is definitely bookmarked!

    Thanks again for hosting. Have a wonderful evening (hey it’s the first advent – time to light a candle 😉

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      My pleasure Sandra, thanks for linking up and I hope you will again soon 🙂
      Let me know if you need any kombucha tips, or a source for getting your first scoby. Once you make kombucha you really wonder where it’s been all your life!
      Thanks for the reminder about first advent too 🙂

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      I’ll put together some info for you Liz and email it in the next few days. Let me know if you need a scoby now or in the future, I usually have a couple on standby in case I need them 😀

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      Yeah it doesn’t like cold weather much Marianne 🙁 This past winter one batch took 3 weeks to brew, as opposed to the one week it normally takes. Water kefir can sometimes be a bit quicker, and only takes 2 days to complete if you know anyone who might be able to give you some kefir grains.
      Thanks for linking up, it’s wonderful to hear from you again 🙂

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