And Sons Scerky™
During a botched vodka brewing in 1814, two Russian miners Nikoli Kombu and Vladimir Cha accidentally brewed the very first batch of kombucha.
Legendary for its many health benefits, this fermented tea is enjoyed by hipsters, Coloradans, and other health food shoppers alike.
It’s many proven* benefits include: joint care, gastrointestinal health, x-ray vision, detoxification, and immediate credibility at the local co-op.
Many kombucha drinkers don’t realize that the real secret behind kombucha is the scoby, a Symbiotic Culture Of Bacteria and Yeast. Much like beer brewing, the scoby eats sugar and converts it to the tart yummy probiotic filled goodness we know as kombucha.
Here at And Sons we’re concerned about the health of our readers and have endeavoured to create the next level of probiotic snackery.
We call it Scerky™.
Following in the footsteps of our Native American heroes, who dried their buffalo meat in the sun creating a delicious snack we know today as jerky, we’ve dried a scoby and created Scerky™.
Not wanting to keep it to ourselves, we’ve decided to share this delicious snack with you our readers.
* Time for a few disclaimers:
- We’ve never actually eaten this. But we do look forward to hearing from you how it tastes.
- As with any change in your diet, please consult your doctor before consuming.
- In some cases, may not actually produce x-ray vision.
This article was posted on April 1st, 2015. Our limited supply of free samples of And Sons Scerky™ has been depleted. Sorry!