Araezea Posted August 5, 2018 Share Posted August 5, 2018 What about Kombucha? It is apparently made with bacteria, yeast, and sugar and is considered a fermented tea and the sugar is fermented out but leaves trace amounts of alcohol (my rough interpretation). I've read that we need to read our labels with Kombucha, and I've been buying the GT's version of blueberry, gingerade, etc, ones that "don't" have alcohol or sugar listed. But is it REALLY Whole30 compliant? Thank you! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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