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Kombucha Slime Is an Edible Solution to the World’s Plastic Problem

Produce can be wrapped in biodegradable ‘Scoby’ sheets, then tossed or eaten

Photos courtesy of Rosa Janusz/MakeGrowLab

KKombucha, the hip health drink with a vinegary sweetness, has taken the wellness world by storm, but its slimy byproduct may soon transform sustainability. The fermentation process used to brew kombucha yields a “symbiotic…




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