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Make Kefir At Home With Real Kefir Grains

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[...] at home using your preferred fruit or flavor. There are two types of kefir grains: milk and water kefir grains. You can make healthy water kefir drinks using water kefir grains, which are also called [...]

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[...] yogurt; hence, it is priced as Class 2 milk. And while the USDA does that, have you heard of water kefir? Water kefir It’s an effervescent drink that can be cultured at home and served as a healthy [...]

Making Kefir from Kefir Grains

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[...] Based on some of the feedback I’ve been getting from my readers, drinking water kefir for first time users is better recommended than milk kefir. Again experimenting on the two is [...]

Go Healthy with Kefir: What benefits Do I Get From Drinking Kefir?

[...] has enough health ingredients that promote good health and long life. Kefir is prepared using kefir grains, which contain bacteria and yeast that contain milk protein and different types of sugar. The [...]

Making Kefir from Kefir Grains

[...] such a strange-sounding name could do you any good at all. [...] The post Making Kefir from Kefir Grains appeared first on Your Kefir Source. [...]

What to Do With Kefir Grains When Going On A Vacation

[...] I admit, taking care of your kefir grains can be a lot like having a pet fish. You have to regularly change the water and you have to [...]

Problems With Kefir Being Sour and Consistency

[...] milk when the kefir that is strained off from the batch is too sour. Remember to strain the kefir grains every 24 hours and to put into a fresh batch of milk. If the resulting taste is just right, [...]

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The Real Deal with Kefir Fermentation Time

[...] to life so that they will eventually multiply in number is to feed them by getting them into fresh milk. If you want your Kefir grains to multiply, the best way I’ve found, is to leave them in [...]

What to Do With Kefir Grains When Going On A Vacation

[...] the kefir grains, you have to make sure to strain the grains and move them into a new batch of fresh milk to keep them alive and kicking. This is all nice and dandy but honestly it can become an [...]

Problems With Kefir Being Sour and Consistency

[...] outpacing you supplying them with their food. You’ve been giving them the same amount of fresh milk when they have already grown so much. At this point, the kefir is simply separating because it [...]

Making Kefir from Kefir Grains

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[...] bacteria are added in the process to form this drinkable yogurt. Commercial claims of the health benefits of probiotics and kefir such as balancing the digestive health actually have scientific basis. [...]

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[...] poses quite a few questions to the curious reader. What is kefir? What are its health benefits? How can it help in losing weight? Kefir is a creamy and tangy yogurt-like smoothie, [...]

Go Healthy with Kefir: What benefits Do I Get From Drinking Kefir?

[...] different types of vitamins. With so many nutrients, there certainly are several kefir grains health benefits. Is kefir good for your skin too? Yes, as well as for your overall health and well-being, [...]

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Five Steps to Losing Weight with Kefir

[...] at home using your preferred fruit or flavor. There are two types of kefir grains: milk and water kefir grains. You can make healthy water kefir drinks using water kefir grains, which are also called [...]

Bottoms Up to Water Kefir

[...] yogurt; hence, it is priced as Class 2 milk. And while the USDA does that, have you heard of water kefir? Water kefir It’s an effervescent drink that can be cultured at home and served as a healthy [...]

Making Kefir from Kefir Grains

[...] soda? Milk kefir is the more popular form of kefir but we should not forget about its cousin, water kefir. From its name, this drink is produced by using water to ferment the grains. And these are not [...]

Water or Milk Kefir: Time to Choose, Nothing to Lose

[...] Based on some of the feedback I’ve been getting from my readers, drinking water kefir for first time users is better recommended than milk kefir. Again experimenting on the two is [...]

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