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Milk Kefir Grains - Fresh, Live, Active & only cultured in organic milk

Exchanging 1 Tbsp of active Milk Kefir Culturing grains for something small like a plant cutting. Enough milk will be provided so you can safely transport them home with you. Bring Your Own Jar if you don't want to deal with a plastic ziploc baggie. Milk kefir grains are a Symbiotic Community of Bacteria and Yeasts (SCOBY) – a mesophillic culture that originated from Central Asia – and are added to fresh milk at room-temperature to produce a a tangy, slightly fizzy probiotic drink that’s a bit like drinking yogurt. These grains have a gelatinous feel to them and appear in a sort of miniature "cauliflower" floret shape. The process of making milk kefir is very simple – you just add kefir grains to a jar of fresh milk, place on the kitchen counter (out of direct sunlight ALWAYS), cover lightly, and wait. The length of time it takes for the kefir grains to culture the milk will depend on your amount of milk, and kefir grains – generally 1 tablespoon of grains will culture 1 litre of milk in 12-24 hours, depending on your room temperature. Then once the milk is thickened, strain out the grains (best to use a plastic mesh strainer), and you’re done! Super gut-support biome-enhancing and downright delicious milk kefir smoothies year-round. Or you can strain off the whey (which you can then use to jumpstart other ferments like sauerkraut, kvass, etc) for a thicker consistency to use as dips, spreadable "cream cheese" or even a hard cheese like mizithra. Kefir also contains a far larger range of benefical bacteria than yogurt, in addition to containing yeasts. The grains themselves are robust and forgiving, and need little care to stay healthy. In-between batches, simply put them in a jar of milk in the fridge, where production slows down, & they slowly convert the milk to kefir. #kefir #DIYprobiotic #fermentationstation

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