Both milk and water kefir are seldom drank on its own, though one may certainly do so. They are usually flavored to give a rich delicious flavor that even the fussiest child will enjoy. There are many kefir recipes you can create such as kefir milk smoothies and different fruit flavored water kefir recipes such as pineapple kefir, ginger kefir and roselle kefir.
Besides enjoying kefir as beverages, kefir can also be used in other ways, such as cooking, baking and even skin care.
New To Making Kefir?
Traditional, authentic kefir drinks can only be prepared by culturing fresh milk or sugary-water with live kefir grains. Making kefir with live grains is simply the BEST choice compared with purchasing ready made kefir or using a powder form starter culture. However, for some, circumstances may make this impossible, in which case these other options will still provide some benefits.
If you are new to making kefir, making basic kefir should not be a problem. If you would like a guide to help you make confidently, you can get a copy of my ebook , ‘Make Kefir Successfully’ in which I have included a wealth of information from my research and experience, problems and trouble shooting, tips and more ideas with kefir. These I have gathered over the many years I have made and sold both live kefir grains and ready made kefir to many.