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workshops:public:kombucha_fashion:start [2019/11/14 11:01]
Peter Musk [Growing Kombucha]
workshops:public:kombucha_fashion:start [2020/06/17 15:07] (current)
Michelle Brown [Kombucha Fashion]
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 This project was initiated by Cameron Wilson, with further technical development by Peter Musk and creative development by Jimmy Eng. This project was initiated by Cameron Wilson, with further technical development by Peter Musk and creative development by Jimmy Eng.
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 Kombucha is a fermented product grown on sweet black tea, which produces a vinegary, carbonated drink with purported health benefits, and also a floating skin composed of bacterial cellulose (called a pellicle). This project uses the pellicle, which is washed, dried and treated to produce a tough, flexible sheet that can be used as a raw material for making. Kombucha is a fermented product grown on sweet black tea, which produces a vinegary, carbonated drink with purported health benefits, and also a floating skin composed of bacterial cellulose (called a pellicle). This project uses the pellicle, which is washed, dried and treated to produce a tough, flexible sheet that can be used as a raw material for making.
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