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kombucha

[ kawm-boo-chah, kuhm-boo-chuh ]
/ k蓴m藞bu t蕛蓱, k蓹m藞bu t蕛蓹 /
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noun
a mildly alcoholic fermented beverage made by adding a live culture of yeast and bacteria to sweetened tea.See also SCOBY.
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Also called kom路bu路cha tea [kawm-boo-chah tee, kuhm-boo-chuh], /k蓴m藞bu t蕛蓱 藞ti, k蓹m藞bu t蕛蓹/, kom路bu路cha mush路room tea [kawm-boo-chah muhsh-room tee, muhsh-room, kuhm-boo-chuh] /k蓴m藞bu t蕛蓱 藞m蕦蕛 rum 藞ti, 藞m蕦蕛 r蕣m, k蓹m藞bu t蕛蓹/ .

Origin of kombucha

First recorded in 1900鈥05; probably an English misapplication or misunderstanding of Japanese kombu 鈥渟eaweed鈥 + cha 鈥渢ea鈥
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