Making kefir at home is easy! Watch the video below to learn how to make a cow's milk version from starter culture packets. Then, read the information on this other page to see how you can be saving money by making kefir yourself instead of buying bottles at the store!
If you want to know what this "k" word is (pronounced "keefir"), read the expIanation on this page.
In the video about making homemade kefir I used:
After the 18-24 hours that it takes the kefir to culture, you must refrigerate it! And be sure to use a small amount of it (about 1/4 cup) to reinoculate another quart of milk within a few days and definitely within a week to extend your savings. More information about doing that is and the cost-savings involved are on this page.
Other sources of probiotics are found on this page.
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