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Food Column: Elton on Kombucha

Kale salad, cupcakes and cold-pressed juice. These are all food trends that we've seen sweep our city. Now there's another food trend that is growing here in Toronto. Literally growing. Because it's alive. Our food columnist Sarah Elton joined us with a story about kombucha, a live fermented tea drink that is growing in popularity here. She spoke with Dan Johanis of Pekoe Kombucha Bar, at the YogaTree, 123 Dundas Street West, 2nd floor. Listen audio (runs 7:04)

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