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I recently learned from a friend that kombucha scobys are edible, and he introduced me to the world of scoby jerky. Now I don't make kombucha, but every autumn we make several gallons of apple cider vinegar. Has anyone ever tried making scoby jerky (or otherwise eating) ACV scobys?
 
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Whoa! I never heard of that... my kombucha scoby is huge, it might get nibbled!!
I'd think ACV scobys might be sour, although I admit, I have not eaten them.
What an interesting thought! Thank you!
 
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