We asked you guys what videos you would like to see and most everyone wanted to see fermented foods.
We have done one video here on fermented veggies.
Today’s video is on coconut kefir. We have made coconut kefir before using water kefir grains and it came out alright, but we realized we wanted to test out milk kefir grains. We liked it better, but it does still do fine with water kefir grains.
- 2 cups of coconut milk (or any milk of choice)
- 2 measuring cups
- wooden spoon
- plastic strainer
- milk kefir grains
We got our kefir grains from Marilyn the Kefir lady. She sends you the grains as I mentioned in a bag all ready to go. You just have to add your 2 cups of milk. Directions are provided along with some recipes. Marilyn also sells water kefir grains and Kombucha cultures.
Another source to get kefir grains, water kefir grains, and Kombucha cultures is Cultures for Health . This is where we got our water grains and mother Kombucha, which will be some of our next videos!! Cultures for health sell their milk kefir grains dehydrated, so when you receive them you have to rehydrate them before you start making your kefir. Again, directions are provided.
Here is a quick video of how we make our coconut kefir puddings that you see all over our blog.
- 1 cup coconut kefir
- 2 tbsp mesquite
- 1 tbsp lucuma
- 1 tsp cinnamon
- a few drops of stevia (or your preferred sweetness)
We hope you enjoy making coconut kefir as much as we do!
Till next time,