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Milk kefir is a fantastic way to add beneficial probiotics and enzymes to your diet. Milk kefir is easy and fun, and our cultures make it simple. Milk Kefir grains are a kind of strain of bacteria and yeast that "eat" the lactose in milk, turning it into lactic acid, CO2, and ethanol. This process also thickens the milk into a drinkable yogurt-like consistency. These potent probiotics can help improve digestion, boost energy levels, and support your immune system.

Making Milk Kefir: Temperature & How to Choose A Culturing Period

Milk kefir is a mesophilic culture, meaning it does not require the warmer temperature range, 100-115 degrees, that many yogurt cultures require. That said, temperature is a consideration in kefir-making.

Milk Kefir: The Common Mistake you Might be Making

If you’re following along with our series on making milk kefir (see part one for rehydrating the grains and part two for making kefir), then you might be getting into a rhythm of making milk kefir every day.You might desire to continue making lots of kefir and have your grains multiply in order to start new batches, pass them around to friends, or use them to ferment something else.

HOW TO FIND MILK KEFIR GRAINS: WHAT THEY ARE & WHERE THEY COME FROM

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DAIRY-FREE KEFIR OPTIONS: 3 WAYS TO GET PROBIOTICS + AVOID DAIRY

CHOOSING A KEFIR CULTURE: KEFIR GRAINS VS. POWDERED KEFIR STARTER CULTURE

HOW TO MAKE ALMOND MILK KEFIR | EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW!

HOW TO MAKE RAW MILK KEFIR

MILK KEFIR SECOND FERMENTATION AND FLAVORING

REDUCING THE LACTOSE CONTENT OF KEFIR