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Kombucha including the culture Etymology In Japan Konbucha (昆布茶?, "kelp tea") stands for a different beverage made from dried and powdered kombu (an edible kelp from the Laminariaceae family). For the English word kombucha, first recorded in 1995 and of uncertain etymology, the American Heritage Dictionary suggests: "Probably from Japanese kombucha, tea made from kombu (the Japanese word for kelp perhaps being used by English speakers to designate fermented tea due to confusion or because the thick gelatinous film produced by the kombucha culture was thought to resemble seaweed)."
Food Safety Published on July 19th, 2010 | by Rachel Shulman I’ve always been a fan of kombucha, the fermented tea touted for its health benefits. But the buzz I would get from store-bought kombucha always made me feel like a light-weight. Kombucha Withdrawn From Stores – Eat Drink Better
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