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Milk Kefir Grains

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Product Review (submitted on April 22, 2014):
First effort was tasty. Am enjoying. Now to make more volume the second effort. AM trying to make a liter of Kefir using half liter of previously made batch. Will it work? Wish to make a liter at a time. Will find out in a day or so. Have the grains in the fridge so i can use if the current experiment does not produce. Like what i made the first time.

Lew

Response from CFH: You can attempt to make milk kefir using already cultured milk kefir, though you will likely not be able to culture more than one or two generations. This article has more details: http://www.culturesforhealth.com/make-kefir-from-prepared-kefir

Only about 1 tsp-1/2 tsp, or less, of milk kefir grains are required for 4 cups of milk. If making larger batches, gently stir the kefir a couple of times a day to allow the grains to come into contact with all of the milk.

We do not recommend regularly refrigerating the grains, however the grains will tolerate occasional refrigeration.

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