|GETTING READY TO MAKE KEFIR!|
|KEFIR POURED FROM JAR AND READY TO STIR THROUGH THE STRAINER|
Kefir is a super resource for probiotics and is very delicious to drink plain or add to smoothies.
I bought dehydrated grains from Cultures for Health and developed stable grains that I have been reusing for almost two years.
Here is my quick and super easy method to make kefir using Cole's Creamery raw milk.
1. I designate a glass pourable measuring cup, wooden spoon and plastic strainer specially used only for kefir.
2. I have a clean quart jar with an unbleached coffee filter held with a metal ring or rubber band to put strained kefir grains inside.
4. I put the grains I have worked in the strainer into the clean glass as I strain the kefir little by little.
|STRAINED KEFIR GRAINS|
5. When all of the kefir is strained, I pour the kefir back into the jar that held the unstrained kefir. I put a lid on the jar and refrigerate.
|KEFIR GRAINS (LEFT) FRESH KEFIR (RIGHT)|
7. I leave the jar for 24 hours then strain again.
The jar needs to sit in a warm draft free area away from anything that could contaminate the culture.
I SHARE KEFIR GRAINS WITH COLE'S CREAMERY MILK CUSTOMERS!