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How To Make Kefir

Here ya go — it’s so easy!

You can also eat the grains when you have too many for even more probiotic action. Put them in your smoothie! I fed them to my chickens and to my dog — they loved kefir!

You can use any milk: coconut, goat, cow. And you can use pasteurized milk. Ultra dead (ultra pasteurized) is the least desirable, but I think it will still make kefir. My raw milk makes the best so far! I tried it with canned coconut milk in Costa Rica, but I didn’t like it. I just rinsed off the grains and poured milk over them again. They worked fine.

Here’s the KefirLady and Dom’s site. Tons of good info both places.

We’ve been drinking homemade kombucha lately and it is SO GOOD! We drink a gallon a day easy — the boys can’t get enough of it and it’s so good for you! Working on getting bigger jars so I can make more at a time. In the meantime, I’m getting water kefir grains from the Kefir Lady next week — can’t wait to try that! You can make it faster than kombucha so it will be good to fill in the down times! Here’s how you make grape soda from water kefir grains. Sounds good, huh? I’m already drying my egg shells on the windowsill now…

Don’t worry: more how to videos coming. I love seeing myself with HAIR!

1 comment to How To Make Kefir

  • Sam

    Your hair looks great, Sally!! When I first received via mail my milk kefir grains, they were very tiny-a batch the size of a nickel. Now 2 months later after feeding them every day or every other day with organic whole milk, they are growing superbly! I drink kefir every morning in my smoothie which consists of:
    mucho kefir
    organic peanut butter
    1/2 banana
    tbsn flax seed oil
    mucho ice

    I’m going away for 3 months, so I am going to have to read up on freezing my kefir grains so that I will be able to reactivate them when I return.

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