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Poorly written and repetitive
on 16 November 2016
This seems to have been cobbled together from a variety of sources most of which you could have discovered for yourself with a quick internet search. I can overlook the typos and the appalling grammatical errors, but there are glaring contradictions and inaccuracies in the advice given - early on in the book we are told that the longer we leave the brew to ferment, the sweeter it will become! What absolute tosh! She writes the exact opposite later on. A lot of the material is paraphrased from Alick and Mari Bartholomew's
Book- Kombucha Tea For Your Health And Healing.
In the author's defence, there is not really a lot to write about Kombucha brewing. It is a fairly simple process that does not require a lengthy explanation but it would help immeasurably if the author proof read the manuscript, checked that the information given was correct and cut out the waffle.