Kefir Live Grains. Milk Kefir
Contains: Our own Live Milk Kefir Grains - enough to make 1-2 cups of Kefir per day. These Grains will grow and multiple. Use with any milk, right from the fridge, no heating or cooking required. Guaranteed Success. Includes phone and email support as well as our own 30+ page guide. Recipes for kefir cheese, kefir desserts, kefir beauty aids. How to save kefir, how to restore, and what can go wrong with your Kefir.
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We ship worldwide - except Australia (no kombucha/ milk probiotics allowed) Dry Kefir Grains we ship worldwide. But not the Live Milk Kefir Grains.
Basic Kefir Recipe:
Place the grains in any glass of milk, set on the counter and the next day you have KEFIR ! Simple, Easy, Healthy.
FYI: we include our Probiotic Culture book filled with recipes, do's and don't, how to store, stave and retrieve. Plus our Toll free support, text support and email support to guarantee your success.
We have published online our Kefir Recipe and Guide in our Library and Research Center.
Dry Kefir Grains. Like the popular Japanese and Australian Dry Kefir Grains (Tanekin kefir yogurt and KCN Kefir) also are milk kefir grains … kefir that uses milk lactose, as a food source … the difference is while the Dry Kefir Grains produce a good glass of Milk Kefir, they do so only once or twice. With each succeeding glass the culture diminishes in quantity and quality. One has to purchase new replacement packs to make the next batch of yogurt kefir. The packages are easy to use and last awhile in the fridge This does provide a safe easy and convenient method of making yogurt that does have healthy probiotic affect – however the probiotic microorganism does die off very soon.
What is the difference in the Kefir Grains:
Milk Kefir Grains. “Live Kefir Grains” Live Milk Kefir Grains will grow, multiple and reproduce and as long as you continue to keep them happy they will continue to keep you healthy. “Dry Kefir Grains” (or their powder form) make a great glass
You can make great kefir with any type of milk. Harald Tietze in his Kefir Book said, Kefir makes bad milk (meaning the typical commercial store bought variety) into good milk. BUT ... there's A Better Whey ... check out their Good Milk List. You can also pick up cheese recipes and equipment here. .