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RECIPE: KEFIR CREAM

Recipe: Kefir Cream

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Kefir cultures are so versatile, they can be used to make a delicious sour cream substitute by culturing cream instead of milk. It may be easier to use finished whole milk kefir or powdered starter instead of grains, as the grains can be difficult to separate from thick sour cream. Note: Pasteurized cream will yield a thicker finished product than will raw cream.


15 minutes

180 minutes

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INGREDIENTS AND EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE AT CULTURES FOR HEALTH

Milk Kefir Starter Kit

Kefir Milk Kefir Starter Kit

Milk Kefir Starter Kit

$52.99

Designed for beginners, this kefir starting kit contains our Milk Kefir Grains plus 3 tried-and-true culturing supplies to make it easy to get started making milk kefir at home. Just add milk!

Packaging and Equipment in the kit may appear different than pictured.


Kefir Starter Culture Powder

Kefir Kefir Starter Culture

Kefir Starter Culture Powder

$14.99

Our kefir starter culture makes both milk and water kefir. It's a kefir powder culture, which means each packet can be recultured a few times. Kefir starter is a great choice for beginners, kefir experimenters, and those who don't want to maintain kefir grains.

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INGREDIENTS:

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. If using Kefir Starter Culture, follow the instructions included with the starter.
  2. If using Milk Kefir Grains or finished kefir, place the starter in the cream and culture 12-48 hours at room temperature.
  3. When the desired consistency and taste is achieved, remove the kefir grains and place the grains in fresh milk.

    download our milk kefir guide and recipe book