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Make Homemade Milk Kefir

Make Authentic Milk Kefir at Home

Milk kefir is a fermented milk product similar to yogurt and buttermilk. Kefir is a unique product. Milk kefir can easily be made at home, and you need milk kefir grains and milk to make kefir at home. You can obtain milk kefir grains at our Kefirshop. To make kefir, you do not have to heat the milk, such as in yogurt making. You can make kefir with milk at room temperature.

Fresh reusable kefir grains are not real grains, but they are small, flexible cauliflower-like cell structures consisting of bacteria and yeast. Milk kefir is relatively well known. The beverage is sold in most supermarkets and almost in all health food stores. Milk or dairy kefir is usually made with fresh cow milk, goat, or sheep milk. But You can also make kefir with coconut milk.

milk kefir grainsYou can also make milk kefir with a starter powdered starter culture known as Freeze-Dried Kefir Starter or Kefir ferment. Making your kefir with a kefir ferment is very easy. Just add the sachet contents to the right amount of milk, and you'll have delicious homemade kefir after 24 hours.

Fermented milk kefir has a tart taste, which is somewhat similar to the taste of Greek yogurt. How strong the taste depends on how long the fermentation period was; a longer fermentation usually leads to a more robust flavor, shorter fermentation produces milder kefir. Kefir can be further flavored, similar to yogurt. The most famous trendsetters are; fresh fruit, cane sugar, honey, maple syrup, vanilla extract, or stevia extract. Also, try some pureed fruit to add to your kefir (such as blueberries, blackberries).

Besides drinking Kefir, there are many other ways to use kefir in recipes. You can also use kefir in soups, salads, and stews to replace sour cream or yogurt.

Kefir is a unique dairy product that is one of the best probiotic foods there is, and it has an incredible amount of health benefits. For centuries, kefir has been used in Russian and Asian folk medicine to cure various ailments.

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