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The full blog entry is here. The pictures and video shows the changes within the first week of fermentation.

http://theguidetopuerhtea.blogspot.com/2015/09/natural-fermentation-amla-in-tea-brine.html
5 years ago
Thanks for the long and informative reply. It’s lacto fermentation but with a tea influence. I will definitely post a follow up blog entry sometime next month once the activity of the fermentation settles down.

Cheers
5 years ago
Hello,

I’m a tea person who has recently started getting into naturally fermented foods for its probiotic benefits. I really enjoy lacto-fermented vegetables in particular but recently have attempted to combine this with my tea hobby, hence the tea brine solution.

I have tried Googling for some information in the hope of finding like minded people who have much more experience than I do. Either I am conducting really bad searches or Google is also in the dark. I thought I leave a post here to see if anyone has conducted or come across a similar fermentation using a tea brine solution with vegetables or fruits. I would love to hear your thoughts and share in the experience as I am relatively new to fermentation.

For those interested in seeing what I have been up to, I have provided a link below.
http://theguidetopuerhtea.blogspot.com/search/label/natural%20fermentation

Cheers
5 years ago