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Sacha Laurin shows off some of her dried kombucha cultures. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo
The process involves fermenting bacteria and yeast, and growing a mother culture. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photos
Dried SCOBYs were turned into sparkling, colorful earrings. “I love to make something from nothing,” Laurin said. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo
The dried culture is colored with beets, carrots, teas, flowers and painters pigments, then turned into necklaces, and earrings. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo
The dried culture is colored with beets, carrots, teas, flowers and painters pigments, then turned into necklaces, and earrings. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo
Sacha Laurin is making jewelry from dried kombucha cultures. The culture is dried and colored with beets, carrots, teas, flowers and painters pigments, then turned into necklaces, and earrings which will be sold at next weekend’s 44th annual Whole Earth Festival. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo
SCOBYs shown here were formed in small vials. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo
Sacha Laurin holds up a SCOBY that was formed in a large, square Tupperware container. Fred Gladdis/Enterprise photo

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