chapter ii

chapter ii


Come back to us, Kombucha!

Whole Foods has pulled Kombucha...ruh roh. The only thing more disappointing than the fact that it was spurred on by Lindsay Lohan, is maybe the potential aftermath/fallout Austinwide/countrywide from all the Kombucha addicts. I don't know if it's the alcohol content or just the bubbly deliciousness but these teas are hard to beat. Delicious and supposedly really healthy, which felt like until now a sufficient good deed for the day for your body. That's an idea I've been fond of for quite some time, it's like drinking magical health potion--a potion that erases the hamburger you had for lunch or the extra glasses of wine you didn't need the night before. I'm not sure it actually works that way, but it makes me feel better. And I'll even go further than Kombucha for that one...

mmm barley green......(which is coincidentally enough in an old Kombucha bottle...and may or may not look like a blended up swamp monster, but taste surprisingly like a yummy church wafer...)

Guess we'll just have to see what happens....

Here's an article about them being removed

And here's one from a popular Kombucha brewing company


Austin said...

no loss, that stuff smelled and tasted like OJ that was left in a car on a hot day.

Bailey@ peppermintbliss said...

Look up Tina Fey on David Letterman talking about Kambucha. Hillarious. Maybe its just the whimsy in me, but I have always enjoyed drinking a magic health potion, I am a total sucker for any of those "super" drinks celebs supposedly swear by. And now, with less than 90 days until the wedding and about as many pounds to lose, well I need one magical potion.


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