You'll need a large pot, a wooden spoon, a 1-gallon glass vessel, a large cloth (part of an old, clean t-shirt works great), a big rubber band or butchers twine, and small glass jars or bottles. During the first and second fermentation process, you'll get additional SCOBYs forming on your kombucha. This is natural and a good sign! Do not worry if you ingest any part of these. It will not harm you in any way!
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