Dig a small ditch below the surface around the base of the plant, put the SCOBY mix in there and then cover with dirt. Hi Rhonda, Snacks Give one to your dog, make sure the first time you give your pet a new type of treat that you watch them while they eat it (my dog likes to take treats and hide them around the house! Make Energy Balls - It may not look too appealing, but a SCOBY can be used to infuse or make many delicious recipes. Dehydrate until most of the moisture is gone (about 4 hours at 105 F). Lay the SCOBY's flat on the rack and dry at 80°-‐90°F, until they reach the consistency of jerky. Dehydrating them at a low temp ensures that they keep as many of the awesome probiotic benefits as possible in the process. A great way to use SCOBY is to dehydrate … It's the "mother" that you use for every batch of kombucha you make, and it looks like a round, flat, opaque-beige piece of agar agar (like what was in those Petri dishes in chemistry class). If you make your own kombucha, you know what I'm talking about. This will shrink the Scoby just a tiny bit, giving you the ability to now re-hydrate the Scoby with a flavorful marinade. If you can't get enough of the probiotic SCOBY goodness, you should also try my easy vegan 'Bucha Sushi. Breakfast Add all ingredients to a bowl and stir SCOBY strips into the marinade to fully coat them. Cut into strips, random sizes are fine. An energy ball is meant to give you a burst of energy and sustained energy after consumption. ; Dry at 80-90ºF until desired consistency is reached. September 2015 May 2015 March 2014 With all of the probiotic and bacterial benefits, be sure to infuse your energy balls. SCOBY “squid” sashimi. Events February 2014 SCOBY jerky. Kids It uses the same dehydrating methods as jerky but uses a mixture of scoby puree, diced fruit, and a little bit of sugar. I would suggest baking them on the lowest setting your oven goes to and checking the texture and moisture level periodically. October 2013. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Cazoshay Marie with appropriate and specific direction to the original content. Healthy Living Cut the SCOBYs into strips. January 2018 The time required will depend on how thick your SCOBY is. You can order a SCOBY, or you can make your own. Regularly check to see when everything has completely dried out. Note: You can also sub garlic powder if you don't have fresh on hand. August 2014 Because of their meaty texture, I got the idea to try making plant-based SCOBY jerky, and I must say, I'm diggin' it. Cover with a cloth to keep the fruit flies and pests away. Dessert June 2015 Make SCOBY jerky: Simply cut your SCOBY into thin strips and dehydrate in the oven or by using a dehydrator. Instructions: Using a sharp knife, cut the scoby into 1-inch chunks. If you are elsewhere, Amazon has them :) Candied SCOBY. Here you'll find delicious healthy recipes, gardening tips & tricks, holistic wellness lifestyle inspo, & updates about my upcoming events & classes and much more! Where did you buy your nonstick trays to place on your dehydrator? Crum and LaGory dedicate a whole chapter to making SCOBY edible and, so they claim, delicious. To make SCOBY jerky, first cut the SCOBY into strips, season it, and then pop it into a dehydrator for approximately 8 hours at 105F. Kombucha SCOBYs (I got my original one from Amazon, lots of health food stores carry them too), 1 teaspoon cayenne (optional, omit if you're not a fan of spice). I am always on the hunt for things to make using my millions of kombucha SCOBYs. Let them dehydrate at 105 degrees for about four hours (until most of the moisture is gone.). September 2014 Make more or less of the dip depending upon how much SCOBY you have. August 2017 Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this blog’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. ; Place scoby chunks in a bowl and add a liquid mixture of 50% sweetener and 50% water, to cover; soak for 24 hours.