Kombucha Salad Dressing & Marinade

If you have too much Kombucha Tea on hand or have some Kombucha that simply over-fermented and is too sour to be plesant to drink, there are a couple of easy ways to use it.  Did you know you can use Kombucha in place of vinegar in recipes?  Making Kombucha Salad Dressing and Marinades is an easy way to add a probiotic element to your next meal.

Kombucha Salad Dressing
Replace the vinegar in your favorite salad dressing recipe with an equal amount of Kombucha.  This works particularly well with Kombucha that is a bit over-fermented and has lost all its sweetness but Kombucha at various stages of fermentation can be used depending on your taste preferences.

Kombucha Marinade
Replace the vinegar in your favorite marinade recipe with an equal amount of Kombucha.  This works particularly well with Kombucha that is a bit over-fermented and has lost all its sweetness but Kombucha at various stages of fermentation can be used depending on your taste preferences.

Julie Feickert

Julie Feickert

Julie Feickert started Cultures for Health in late 2008. She is the mother to three young children and enjoys cooking and reading. Her favorite cultured foods include water kefir and kombucha. Julie lives with her family in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

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  1. Amy says

    Yup, I have had to do this before since my kombucha can go vinegary very quickly. I have also used it as a tonic in my hair when washing it…..it seemed to work pretty good!

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