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Capn Ahab
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Post by Capn Ahab »

I've been making milk kefir for about a year and have excess grains to give away. For those that don't know, it's a fermented milk product that produces a slightly fizzy, sour drink packed full of good gut bacteria that aid intestinal health, digestion etc. It couldn't be easier to make, just pour milk into a jar with the 'grains' (actually strange jelly like lumps of yeast and bacteria) and leave for a day or two.

Makes very good smoothies.

Got enough to give to one person, though the grains multiply over time so that they can be split and shared repeatedly.
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Hannah Watson
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Re: Kefir

Post by Hannah Watson »

Hi there! I know this post is a year old, but I was wondering if you still have excess grains to give away? I'd love to start fermenting for goat's milk kefir :) No worries if not! Cheers :)

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Re: Kefir

Post by leebotton »

Hey Hannah, I recently started making Kefir from goats milk. Only on the second generation so don't quite have enough yet but will have some to give away quite soon. I don't check this very often at all at the moment so if I don't reply on here you can use my email address

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