On August 14th, 2019 at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, the Rare Fruit Council International, Miami had the pleasure of hosting Counter Culture, a boutique kombucha company headquartered in South Florida. Buster Brown, one of Counter Culture’s founders, along with Laura Sutton represented the brand and shared a great deal of information about fermentation, the health benefits of kombucha, and their philosophy on tropical fruit flavorings. As a home brewer myself, I found the discussion particularly enlightening, and it made me wonder if perhaps making kombucha is more art than science.
Our monthly Rare Fruit Council Int’l. (RFCI), Miami members meeting will be held Wednesday, August 14th, 2019 at 7:00pm in the Science Village Classroom next to the Butterfly Exhibit at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden (FTBG) in Coral Gables, Florida. BusterBrown will be discussing “Kombucha Fermentation with Tropical Fruits” (Counter Culture, Miami, Florida).
Our monthly meeting is this Wednesday July 10th, 2019, 7 pm at FTBG in the Science Village Classroom. Manny Wong will be speaking about “Putting Sprouts on Your Table” (Fullei Fresh, Miami, Florida). Please remember to bring a fruit, a dish and a friend.
It’s the mango season. And we just can’t have enough of it. Small, big, yellow, green, mango comes in all sizes and is regarded as the king of all fruits. Mangos originated some 4000 years ago in India and are considered as the symbol of life and why you should include this pulpy, delicious fruit in your diet.