Kombucha Vinegar Gel

Matt Campbell

Matt Campbell

21st March 2018
Matt Campbell

Kombucha Vinegar Gel

Check out this recipe for Kombucha Vinegar Gel


  • 500ml Kombucha Vinegar
  • 100g Caster sugar or sweetener (honey/maple/stevia)
  • 7g Agar Agar


Take 200ml KV and combine with the 100g sweetener and agar, whisk whilst cold.
Bring to the boil continually whisking to activate the agent.
Allow to cool slightly and add the remaining 300g raw vinegar.
Pour into a tray and allow to cool and set.
Once set, blitz in a robot cook without heat until a gel is achieved.
Pass and vac on full to remove any air bubbles.

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