Kefir Grains Now Available

We now have an over-abundance of both Milk Kefir and Water Kefir grains if anyone wants/needs any.

 

They grow rather quickly, so if you contact me and I do not have any right at that moment that’s ok.  I can ship them soon there-after.  Usually they double in size in about a week.  I want to keep the amount of Kefir we made to a quart per day, so I’ll have extras every week.

Our water kefir grains are grown in rapadura or turbinado sugar (both are natural, minimally processed sugars that still contain minerals) and spring water with 1/2 a grass-fed egg shell thrown in.

Our milk kefir grains are grown in regular store-bought milk, for now, that is not ultra-pasteurized.  Soon we will be switching over to raw milk.

 

Contact me via email to see what’s available and if you have any questions.  for $15.00 (to cover the cost of packaging it up and shipping) you will get a generous amount (about a 1/4 cup), plenty to get you started.

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7 responses to “Kefir Grains Now Available

  1. And I just ordered mine! Glad to see they’re growing so well 🙂

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  4. Heather, have you found your water kefir has different tastes and smells depending on the type sugar you feed it?

    • It sure does! Ours started out a little slow the first couple of brews so we boosted it with a tad bit of molasses and an eggshell. Boy did it ever taste super strong. But it sure boosted their growth and now they are flourishing! Our grains are now stained brown from that. LOL! Now we are feeding it on Raw Sugar (turbinado), but plan on switching it to sucanat pretty soon. It’s a milder taste on just the raw sugar. And it’s super delightful in flavor now that we are brewing it in a Pickl-It. It’s a lot less vinegary tasting. Not that it was strongly vinegar flavored before, but there was a hint of it.

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